For dating with phone
The service works with just about any phone, and it’s now bolstering its smartphone presence to streamline its interface.
An application is already available for i OS, with an Android app coming next month and SMS support on the way as well.
You identify in any way you like, and add in images and even video — a feature that many of the big apps don’t yet have.If the idea of having to speak to a stranger causes you to settle into a perma-cringe, you’re not alone — but that friction is exactly the point of Hotline, which launched on Monday.A subscription will run you a month, and right now it's only for i OS in New York, but the hope is that they'll expand nationwide soon.And when I spoke to Ballantyne, he stressed how keen he was to keep people from seeing their potential dates as commodities, which can be hard on the big apps where you’re matching with hundreds or even of thousands of people.
That’s why he decided to limit the number of matches in Hotline to three at a time.
By now you’ve probably heard of Google Voice, a service that lets you take one phone number and configure it to ring all of your phones — work, mobile, home, whatever — with plenty of settings to manage your inbound and outbound calls.