Posted by / 17-Jul-2017 05:19

Flirtomatic is an amazing success story and something the UK mobile internet industry can be really proud of – let’s see what they come up with next…We’ll be back next week with the Mobile 2.0 Service of the Week at Mobile Industry Review (sob!Once you have registered for a profile you can do things like browse profiles, send messages or “flirts” or “supersnogs” and rate other people on the service.It’s all really usable and fun – so many mobile services are really painful to use but not this one. C2D_MESSAGE, com.flirtomatic.flirtodroid.permission. REQUEST_DATA, com.flirtomatic.flirtodroid.permission. Flirtomatic was an online flirting and social networking service for people connected to the Internet via mobile phone or PC.

The sign-up process for Flirtomatic is very simple, and you don't need to give too many details about yourself to start with (obviously you can pad out your profile later on).Since then Flirtomatic have gone from strength to strength – their usage statistics speak for themselves: So what is creating all this traffic and usage?Basically, flirtomatic is an example of how to design an amazing mobile product that ANYONE – not just mobile geeks or early adopters can understand and use.Super features include: • Search and location service including GPS to find the flirty hot spots • Check into your favorite hot spots & meet people there • View millions of pictures & private photos • Live one 2 one chat, including winks, kisses and supersnogs • Top up your wallet "on the go" for additional features such as "Look at Me" bids or gifts. There are extras on the site that we charge for but you're under no obligation to spend. Check out what OUR FANS SAY: by James (May 8, 2011) Really good. ***** by aileen (March 17, 2011) Works perfect on my android!


Why is it interesting There are so many things you could drill down into around flirtomatic and so many lessons to learn from them but the main one is how they have managed to , that doesn’t depend on mobile advertising or dodgy subscriptions.

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