26 Nis Ashley Madison app has an interesting perspective on dating
The system does connect you with possible matches based on your preferences. There seem to be that matching algorithm Icebreaker but it doesn’t connect you with possible matches as we used to in other dating apps. Instead, it will send messages to other users on your behalf. And those matches are not that great.
Since the review ended in not the best light I was hoping for, I thought of a couple great alternative websites that are going to be quite helpful.
FuckBook Alternative App #1
Instead of a regular dating app for singles, this platform actually focuses its forces on married people. Meaning, if you are looking for an affair, there is no better place to get it but Ashley Madison app. It is free to download the app and create an account. Whether you are using the app of a desktop version, it is extra easy to navigate. Together with that, users have full profiles, and it is easy to get the first impression if you two are on the same page.
The platform first appeared on the it won an award as a Dating Site of the Year. That information got me quite curious, is it that cool and provides you with easy hookups with minimum effort, or it’s all is a good marketing strategy.
Let’s start with how much it costs. There are both available, free and paid services. Basic features are included in the free version of the website. There is also paid membership that only has two subscription plans, either for one month or for three months.
Even though just like the rest of you, I would like to have all the important features for free, it is not the case with Fuckbook. As a new member, you can create the account, fill in your profile information, such as upload photos and videos, together with your status. Then you will have an option to search for members and see who viewed your profile.
Once you are a registered member you can choose to upgrade your membership to the paid ones. There are two Premium subscription plans. One for 1 month will cost you $ or $ for 3 months. Both of those have the same features. After the payment goes through, you’ll get unlimited messaging and gifs exchange with other users, you would be able to send and receive messages. You, also, get an option to comment on the posts of other users and even start your own blog, where you could express anything you want. Besides, the Premium subscription will set you free from the annoying, most of the time, advertisements and will give you the Premium Badge and Karma boost.
The platform doesn’t shout full with active users. It is quiet and within 10 users that I’ve connected with, only 2 seemed semi-legit, if I’m being frankly honest. And that legitness seems to be such only because they seem to be regulars at the website. Rather than that, there is not much.
Members are requested to be at least 18 years old to get an account, yet there is no way anyone would check it, and I sense even if your email would be something like [email protected] Anyway, speaking of the other users. The majority of users at Fuckbook are in their 20s’ and 30s’ and the main part of it is males that are strictly looking for casual sexual intercourse. Nothing much mostly.
Fakes and scammers
The registration policy is not that strict so I would say the chance of scammers or bots to get an account is quite simple. Yet to be able to actually interact with other users, you should be having a premium membership, which is not that cheap if you look at it. In any case, you can block suspicious users if something feels odd.