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'Tinder for Millionaires' and Social Network for the Rich: 5 Luxury Apps | Social networks

Raya (known as the "Tinder of the famous") and Luxy are social networks aimed exclusively at millionaires looking for more interaction on the Internet. With specific rules such as "proof of beauty" and even monthly fees in some cases, most of these "sophisticated" applications have been very successful among celebrities, well-known executives and people with creative professions.

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If you fit this profile and want to start enjoying only among the rich or just curious, check out the list below with five luxury apps for Android and iPhone (iOS) that are winning over networks.

"Tinder of the famous"? Raya fashion among celebrities Photo: Divulgao / Raya

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1. Raya – the "Tinder of the Famous"

Aimed at celebrities and people with greater purchasing power, Raya known as the "Tinder of the famous" and has already attracted several national and international celebrities, such as singer Anitta, presenter Luciana Gimenez, model Cara Delenvigne and DJ Diplo.

Like other dating apps, Raya s lets you start a conversation when the like mutual. Entering the app, however, is not so simple: you need to be very influential on Instagram and undergo a personal assessment that measures the "degree of beauty". In addition, you need to pay for an access subscription that costs between $ 7.99 and $ 29.99.

With the promise of connecting users considered attractive and successful, the Luxy social network allows anyone to access the platform, but displays profiles that involve money and power to generate interest.

In addition to traditional information, such as hobbies, personal tastes and interests, Luxy allows you to choose the ideal match for your favorite luxury brands and the value of the salary, which are visible in the profiles. As with Tinder, you can easily decline or accept users by tapping "Pass" or "Like", respectively.

User needs to highlight their income to participate in Luxy Photo: Divulgao / LuxyUser needs to highlight their income to participate in Luxy Photo: Divulgao / Luxy

User needs to highlight their income to participate in Luxy Photo: Divulgao / Luxy

Aimed at people with high purchasing power, the Flapper is an exclusive private aircraft platform on demand in Brazil. Similar to an "airplane Uber", the app features more than 210 private jets and helicopters in the country to travel on flights shared with other rich or exclusive ones.

With more than 80 types of jets, tube propellers and helicopters available, the Flapper offers weekly flights on the So Paulo (Congonhas) Rio de Janeiro (Jacarepagu) and So Paulo (Campo de Marte) Angra dos Reis routes, all for those who can pay for the service.

Flapper allows you to travel on flights shared with other rich or exclusive Photo: Reproduo / App StoreFlapper allows you to travel on flights shared with other rich or exclusive Photo: Reproduo / App Store

Flapper allows you to travel on flights shared with other rich or exclusive Photo: Reproduo / App Store

Meu Patrocnio defines itself as a "Luxury and Millionaire Dating app" and its main objective is to unite wealthy and lonely people with young people willing to give love in exchange for "treats". With more than two million users, the app is aimed at people considered attractive who already have or who dream of having a luxurious lifestyle.

What and how Tinder works

What and how Tinder works

In the app, there is space for men and women who want to hang out with millionaires or who are just looking for people to "afford" a relationship of comfort and refinement called "Sugar Daddy" or "Suggar Mommy".

My Sponsorship is defined as a "Luxury and Millionaire Dating App" Photo: Divulgao / Meu PatrocnioMy Sponsorship is defined as a "Luxury and Millionaire Dating App" Photo: Divulgao / Meu Patrocnio

My Sponsorship is defined as a "Luxury and Millionaire Dating App" Photo: Divulgao / Meu Patrocnio

Developed by Armin Heinrich, the "I Am Rich" app, which was only available for iPhone at the time of its launch in August 2008, was one of the most controversial apps for the rich on the App Store. Costing a trifle of US $ 1,000 (about R $ 4,318, at the current price), the app had no extraordinary function and was aimed at the most eccentric rich.

In addition to having a ubiquitous icon with the caption "I Am Rich" on my smartphone screen, whoever paid for the service had the opportunity to hear the mantra "I deserve it. I'm good, healthy and successful "by clicking on the app. Eight users paid for the app, which cost the maximum amount allowed by the online store at the time in the first 24 hours of launch. Later, Apple banned the program from its platform.

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