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But it’s enough to make your search for love seem a little more immediate, and it's an interesting twist on the more static interfaces the big apps like Bumble and Tinder give you.
So what happens once you’re interested in someone who pops up?
Augmented reality is changing the way we buy furniture at IKEA, but can it change the way we find love? Flirt AR, pronounced “flirter,” launches Monday for i OS.
(You can turn off the facial recognition feature, too.) But as with anything that gives away your location, things can get kind of weird privacy-wise.They then have to like you back before anything else happens in the app, like having the option to chat — though clearly you can also just decide to meet IRL right then and there.There's also a feature that lets you move yourself on the map to a different location and view potential matches there — though people can see that you're not actually there and are just scoping out the scene. If you see someone you're interested in, you can scan them and the app will tell you whether they're an active user. Sort of — though there's always the risk you'll get caught scanning and come off like a creep.After launching in Los Angeles last month, the dating product now connects singles worldwide using three pieces of technology: augmented technology, geo-location and facial recognition.