No phone number, no e-mail, no Facebook, and no name required.For an hour your information is publicized to others in your location (50 km/31 miles) with the sole intent of setting up right-now, real-time meetings. Pure may have a basic set-up, but it comes heavily equipped with a sexual philosophy that resists the status-quo of monogamous relationships.But, being only four years old, PURE has time to make an impression on the world.Whether it makes it to celebration and fascination or hovers awkwardly in the realm of curiosity and repulsion is yet to be determined.Your presence on the service is minimal at all times.
Perhaps the lure comes from its original slogan of "Sex Here and Now." Nonetheless, the concept of PURE, which was developed in 2012 by Roman Sidorenko and Alexander Kukhtenko, is to promote open sexuality and is still being utilized.
@thepureapp's Twitter bio reads: "Zero-effort hook-up hunting.
Minimum communication, maximum sexiness." The target audience is anyone 18 who's willing to start paying after the first 7-day trial period at .99 weekly, .99 monthly, or .99 biannually. Just half a year ago the site boasted of making 1 million connections - so someone's buying (though we don't know who they are).
The easy “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” function gives girls a much easier way to find a partner without being exposed to everyone.
And for guys using Pure, you’ll never feel out of bounds sharing your desires. If Pure gets one thing right, it’s the privacy factor.