Ysos and Feeld are apps aimed at people or couples looking for partners for sex behind them or other adventures such as swing. Both platforms are available for Android, but only Feeld can be accessed via iPhone (iOS). The purpose of these apps is to connect users of all genres and sexual orientations with others who are seeking the same diversions. Both services allow you to create a profile with a fictitious name for a single person or for a couple, and you can make explicit sexual preferences and fetishes, as well as liking the profile of other members to start private chats.
Although they are similar, applications differ in basic features, such as the issue of user privacy. While Feeld requires the use of the linked Facebook account app and works similarly to Tinder, Ysos focuses on its client's anonymity, prohibiting screen capture of other members' profiles and using mobile number verification to avoid the creation of fake profiles. Next, the dnetc listed the main similarities and differences between the two platforms.
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The intuitive and lightweight Ysos interface allows for quick learning of its use. The main screen shows a list of profiles of other members who are also looking for sexual adventures. By selecting the profile of a person he or she has liked, the user can like it and, if matched, have space to start a particular conversation.
Feeld has a slightly smoother interface and is very similar to Tinder but no less intuitive. The app shows a step by step to perform the registration, in addition to the main rules of use of the service. The profiles of other members are displayed one at a time, and you can reject them or show interest just like Ysos, if the interest is reciprocal, you can start a chat with the other user. The main menu is also simple and objective, taking the user to the chat, personal profile, settings and list of members who like their profile.
Ysos and Feeld have intuitive interfaces Photo: Divulgao / Ysos
In Ysos, the user must register to create their profile in the application. Some information such as phone number, date of birth and social security number is required to ensure the safety of the service user and to avoid false profiles. The account can be created by men, women or couples. The user must still state their sexual orientation and indicate the type of person they want to relate to. By choosing a username and a photo that should not show the entire face for privacy and security, it is already possible to start using the service.
The app's main screen, named Explore, shows the user a selection of other people's profiles who are also looking for fun. You can view the profiles in detail, see a mini-biography, age and location of the other person or couple, how many views of that profile and since when he is a member of Ysos. When two profiles combine something similar to Tinder's match, an open chat so they can deepen the conversation and set up possible encounters.
Ysos offers profiling for couples; both apps are geared for all sexual orientations Photo: Reproduction / Maria Dias
The same process occurs at Feeld, however, to sign up for the app, I need to link your account to Facebook. For those who value privacy, it is possible to hide the profile of friends from the social network, but the exclusive functionality for premium subscribers of the service. In the app, you can only create a personal profile and then link it to someone else's profile if you are looking for experiences as a couple.
With a design very similar to Tinder's, Feeld has one profile display scheme at a time, but you don't have to like one to see the next user recommendation just drag the screen to the side to view other profiles. The combinations between users also happen the same way: the likes must be mutual so that two users can start a conversation. At Feeld, you can also create a single or couple profile and spell out your sexual orientation, the types of person you are looking for, and what your desires and fetishes are to facilitate the match for common tastes.
One of the advantages of Feeld is that there are no limitations on likes in other profiles and the user can filter the view of people by age and away from their location. Ysos only grants five likes within a 24 hour period. In the application filter, you can limit viewing of profiles by radar mode, to show close people, and by recent hits.
While Ysos is only available for Android, Feeld can be downloaded from both Google's operating system and iPhone (iOS). Both applications allow the user to indicate the types of fetish or desires that interest them, so that it is easier to match affinities between members. Apps also offer subscription plans for their services, which give users more features. Ysos Gold, for example, extends the benefits with unlimited likes, list access to those who visited your profile, and greater chances of getting attention. Feeld's Majestic Plan already offers the option of being invisible to Facebook friends who are also in the app, as well as enhanced protection for the photo gallery and Aurora Theme, which resembles the features of Dark Mode for platform use.
Users can choose their sexual preferences to limit their search in the Ysos and Feeld apps. Photo: Reproduction / Maria Dias
For security and privacy, it is not possible to capture the main Ysos screens through "Screenshot", as profiles and photos of other users are displayed on them. In addition, the app checks the person's mobile number to avoid fake profiles and also does not allow the posting of images containing users' faces as a way to protect their identities.
Feeld allows you to post the photos you want without censoring the facial identification of your members. The app also doesn't prevent Screenshot blocking, which can make people more vulnerable to exposure outside the app. On Feeld's website, the company warns that it does not sell its user data to third parties.
Ysos values user privacy and probes face photos; practice released at Feeld Photo: Reproduction / Maria Dias
In both apps, the user only relates to other profiles for which he has shown interest, which avoids possible harassment, annoyances and unwanted contacts. You can disable accounts linked to services at any time.
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