The app caters exclusively to verified Twitter users -- which comes out to around 150,000 accounts, according to a 2015 report.However, this came before Twitter opened its verification process to the public.Of course, this new feature is, potentially, pretty icky: If you live in a city where many of the verified users are from one industry (say, entertainment in LA or media in NYC), then there's a good chance the dating app will show you lots of people you might, well, know.Eesh."We're pretty open about what Loveflutter is," Smith told Buzz Feed News.Site administration requires verification information to make sure that you are not a scammer.The members of the website need to have a Hookup ID and the only LEGIT.Like anything with the word “premium” attached to it, BLUE will come at a price.
Now the company is launching a new feature called "Blue" that allows verified Twitter users to browse and match with only other users with blue check marks.
That's right, now you can date the people who reply to Trump tweets in long threads.
Launched in 2013 as a dating site that demanded users complete a quiz before joining, Loveflutter has since matured into a mobile dating app.
The service encourages users to reveal 140-character “fun facts,” displayed over blurred profile pictures as a way to promote deeper connections between people—because looks don’t matter, right?