Although it can boast of having one of the largest member communities, the free dating site Badoo is often prone to controversy. As for its mobile version, it is content to be a simple porting of the service.
Badoo is the dating application carried by the web service of the same name.
A “Meetings” section invites you to judge the people on the screen one after the other. Thanks to their photos and brief information about them, you decide if you want to meet them, by means of “yes”, “no” or “maybe” buttons.
In the event of a reciprocal positive response, there is “mutual attraction”, in the manner of Tinder’s “matching”. A somewhat superfluous option, since it is anyway possible for you to consult the list of members close to you, to consult their profile and even to get in direct contact with them.
This mobile version retains the rudimentary design of the website. As for the registrants, many of them are more in search of popularity than of real meeting. False profiles seem to be legion; so-called “verified” accounts are not necessarily a guarantee of authenticity. Controversies that seem to ignore Badoo, since the application can count on one of the largest communities active for this type of service.