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NEW FEATURE: SMS (text) + Google sign up. Tingle is a Dating app with text, voice and even video calling. so don't settle for other dating apps. Tingle is safer, and is the only one that you can make a voice or video call for free without giving out your phone number. With the release of the all-new version 4.6 Tingle is one of the fastest-growing dating apps worldwide. Now is a great time for you to check it out; Meet and talk to LIVE singles near you or around the world. Best of all, using Tingle is FREE. Here's what makes Tingle the dating app people are talking about: Realtime Voice and Video Chat. That's right, you can meet and talk to people live, without ever giving out your phone number or email address. You can start using Tingle and meet your first match by phone in minutes. Teleport to Different Cities. On your way to Paris? Los Angeles? Albuquerque? Use our Teleport feature to browse and meet people in other cities. before you get there. RADAR Serves up Serendipity. When Tingle thinks someone near you is a mutual match, RADAR sends a notification to both of you, offering an introduction. You can virtually "bump in" to as many people as you like. Reviews from users of Tingle: "I tried Tinder but found most of the boys to be looking for quick hookups. Tingle seems to be much more for people who want to get to know each other." Stephanie N. Chicago, Illinois. "Tingle has allowed me to discover and get to know people I'd never have met otherwise. and I feel safer knowing I can hear their voice and even see their face before I give out my phone number or arrange a date." Allison S. New York, New York. "When you use a site like Match or PoF you have to give out your personal contact information to get to the next stage -- and you can never get it back. What I love about Tingle is I can chat with voice, video, or text and I never even have to give out my phone number." Melanie W. Toronto, Canada. "With Tingle I spend a lot more time meeting entertaining women, and a lot less time waiting for strangers at Starbucks." David R. Vancouver, Canada. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.