Ever briefly flirted with someone you encountered in passing in public and later wished you could somehow contact them to explore the possibilities?
Well, now you can with Headturners, a GPS-based dating app linking you to your ‘drive-by-flirt’ the moment you come into contact with each other and gaze into each other’s eyes!!
Headturners stays with you throughout the day and finds other users that you may have seen. If you find your missed connection, and they find you, then Headturners gives you an opportunity to connect further with in-app chat messaging.
Headturners is an ‘offline/online’ dating app linking users, if they so choose, to other users with whom they come into close contact offline with the possibility for further interaction and communication online. The choice of further interaction remains with the user.
Headturners has now been relaunched with the following new features to increase connectivity, interaction and usability:
# Users can now connect via Bluetooth just as they could via GPS. The problem of ‘dead zones’ has now been eliminated. Users may now connect on the subway and elsewhere where wi-fi access is spotty.
# Users can switch from Bluetooth to GPS and vice versa.
# Users can engage in multi-chat and multiple simultaneous connections.
# Users can receive messages and notifications even when app is not running.
# Users can send photos and videos.
# Users can enjoy horizontal viewing and keyboard.
# Users can now rely on auto-correction
# Users can access the app in the following languages: Arabic, Bulgarian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian Nynorsk, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.
As always, user location is kept in the strictest of confidence and never shared with anyone, including with missed connections. In fact, to maintain privacy, only notification of significant changes in location is requested while precise location remains unknown.