Hift Tinder app makes dating with an STI better with member support and education.

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Veröffentlicht am: 07.07.2016 16:03
Rubrik: Handel & Wirtschaft

(Presseportal openBroadcast) - Announcing The Re-Launch Of Hift – Tinder App For Singles With Herpes, HIV, Hepatitis And All Other STIs

1 July 2016. Announcing the re-launch of Hift, a Tinder app developed especially for dating singles with herpes, HIV, hepatitis and other STIs. Hift is a dating app that helps singles afflicted with STIs to find support and love. The app has features that allow users to connect with a community of singles by creating their own profiles. Users can connect with more members through swiping profile cards and can use Emojis to reveal their mood and to effortlessly update their profile. Users can sign up to Hift for free or pay $4 for VIP membership which offers in-app perks such as being able to talk to any member without matching. Hift app is available through iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/app/id978941928 and Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hift&hl=en.

The prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases is on the rise and it is partly due to lack of education. Some people don’t even know that they are afflicted with an STI and may continue to engage in intimate personal relationships, while others do not realise the dangers of unsafe sex. Awareness of sexual health status, regular checkups, proper education and support will all help to prevent the spread of STIs. Connecting with people who understand what it’s like having an STI and getting support makes it easier for those diagnosed and overcome the stigma.

Hift provides singles with a connected community that supports each other with a safe environment for dating where ‘the talk’ is not needed. Hift understands that it could be very difficult to consider dating after being diagnosed with an STI. The app provides non-judgmental support for members which a non-STI dating site might not offer.

A few quotes on Hift from its creator, Marie Yates: “The idea of Hift came to me when a close friend was told that they had HIV. One of their main concerns was if they would ever date again.” She added: “Hift isn’t just about dating, it’s part of a bigger picture. I hope that one day, there isn’t a need for Hift and that people accept that STI is just a part of life.”

Over 400 million people have an STI. Not all of these people will need Hift but some may not be able to talk about their condition openly. Hift may be able to help. The app is available on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/app/id978941928 and Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hift&hl=en.


About Hift
Hift is the Tinder-like dating app for people diagnosed with herpes, (HSV-1, HSV-2), HIV, hepatitis and other STDs. Hift is developed to assist users in finding great relationships and friends where ‘the talk’ is not needed. To get started, users need to download Hift from the Appstore or Google Play, create their own profile and then start swiping cards to meet members.

Marie C.
Phone: +86 130 9637 0692
Chengdu, Sichuan, China

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