Announcing AutoFlame, the exciting new social app that fully automates your Tinder dating experience.
“From photo-post to bed-post without human intervention …” is the marketing claim according to Ed Shallows, AutoFlame’s Founder and CEO.
He explains further, “AutoFlame automates all swiping, texting and other communication in the Tinder app so that you don’t have to spend time reviewing hundreds of photos and then texting with losers and desparados after you join Tinder.
“So whether you are looking for love, friendship or a quick hook-up, AutoFlame brings your goals closer. In fact many people have gone from posting on Tinder to bedroom encounter without any intervening communication. Perfect for the busy modern lifestyle,” adds Shallows with a self-satisfied grin.
He explains to me how it works. AutoFlame’s algorithms scan your social media accounts and based on your dating history it selects potential partners on Tinder aligned to your preferences. It then auto-generates text conversations with potential partners drawing from proven game theory and during the process the app checks the partners for suitability. If aligned with your goals, AutoFlame accesses your on-line diary and sets up a physical meeting either at a local café or your home.
The only part of AutoFlame that needs your input is to set your AutoFlame Goal: 1 for love, 2 for friendship and 3 for sex. The algorithms take it from there.
Sarah, a blonde attractive 24 year-old, says: “Wow! AutoFlame has transformed by sex life. I am a busy professional model and I love to hookup using Tinder, but I spend all my time fending off rude jerks and time wasters. Now I let the algorithms in AutoFlame pick candidates and handle the early texting activities.
“I use the ‘final approval’ facility on AutoFlame to have a last check, although now that my experiences have been so good, I am increasingly skipping this final step. I have never been so satisfied,” she says with a cheesy grin.
Jim, a builder, 31, says that his goal is to find love after a 5-year relationship ended leaving him heartbroken. “I love Tinder,” he says, “I am not good with words so the focus on photographs means you get to the real deal quickly. Because I am fit and good-looking, girls are always keen to meet up, but few Tinder girls are serious in committing to a long-term relationship.
“Like any bloke I want an attractive girlfriend but as a self-employed tradesman, I also need someone to answer the phone and do the bookkeeping for my business. And my overalls don’t clean themselves.
“I am a now great fan of AutoFlame. I don’t know how their programs work, but I am finding that the world is full of eager and practical women with great accounting skills.”
Back to Ed Shallows who says that the fast uptake of AutoFlame has meant that some 25% of Tinder users of both sexes are now using the AutoFlame service to automate their dating experiences. “Of course this means that in many circumstances, one of our AutoFlame algorithms is ‘chatting’ directly to another Autoflame algorithm without any human connection,” he notes.
Perhaps with an eye to his investors, he adds, “It is a very positive development for the company as it gives us a lot of control over the world’s dating outcomes and we are building a valuable database of our customers’ dating and carnal experiences.”