A new online dating service called Tickr has launched to challenge the likes of Tinder.The service takes a different approach to its competitors by bringing video into the equation, with users required to upload a short clip instead of posting pictures.
It's the next best thing to meeting in person," said Tickr's Daniel Freeman.
Tickr is currently available online, with an i Phone app due out next week.
The first 5,000 users to sign up on the service's website will receive a free lifetime membership, otherwise it costs £10 per month.
A new dating service to rival Tinder has launched its website and will follow with an i Phone app next month, and it offers something a bit different to the aforementioned overnight sensation; video.
"Unlike other sites or apps where you can lose a perfect match at the slip of a finger, Tickr allows its users to hit it off quicker with profiles that move - giving you the chance to really get to know your match.
Users can sign up at in advance of the i OS app launch and upload videos via the internet.
The first 5,000 to sign up will get free lifetime membership.
The dating site launches this week and allows members to create short videos highlighting their interests and personalities.
Tickr is a young, fresh and funky dating site that could be called a cross between Tinder and Vine.
Instead of posting pictures that could have been heavily, ahem, modified, Tickr asks its members to post short videos.
Clips can be up to 20 seconds in length, displaying interests, hobbies and slices of personalities.