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It's owned by the developers of Badoo, another dating app/site, and they share many dating profiles between them.
They both rely on swiping left or right and location sharing and are almost exactly the same in terms of how they look and function.
When teens 13 and older try to log in to Badoo via Facebook, they can, but the Hot or Not app doesn't allow it.
However, Hot or Not is also an app within Facebook, so teens under 18 can access it there.
And, like most of the other dating apps here, it's easy to enter a fake birth date anyway.
Spotafriend: Spotafriend's app store description says it's "not a teen dating app," but it does use the swiping functionality and location tagging that many dating apps use.
There are several ways to interact with other users: You can chat with locals, watch livestreams (or go live yourself), chat, or use the "Quick" feature to "meet people face-to-face right now." Users can also give each other virtual gifts that cost real money.If you learn your teen is using dating apps, take the opportunity to talk about using social media safely and responsibly -- and discuss what's out of bounds.Keep lines of communication open, especially since teens sometimes hide these apps in "vaults" or apps that look harmless (such as a calculator).What parents need to know: Though a list of safety tips pops up when you log in, there's a ton of mature content, an emphasis on meeting strangers, and various ways to spend money.During our review there were lots of scantily clad women livestreaming and lots of profiles with various drugs as one of the profile pictures.