This weekend, however, I chose to experiment by using Color (3.5 stars, free), the new Android and i OS application.Given all the hype about the app (not least in PCMag.com), I assumed there would plenty of users nearby, wherever I went. Color is a free location-aware app that lets people within 150 feet of one another access photos, video, and messages, simultaneously, from multiple smartphones in real time, using patent-pending Multi-lens technology.Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's i Tunes Account Settings after purchase.No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.On the opposite end, I've met many people that were almost exclusively attracted to men / women outside of their own race but felt like it was too much of a taboo to pursue them. Hence we decided to release these apps in hopes that we can help facilitate a more positive message on interracial dating. We started Color Dating as a side project but since it started gaining traction and we figured we'd post it here.
Whether combing the pristine floors of the Chelsea Apple Store, sipping Earl Gray at a local coffee shop, or cruising the aisles at Barnes & Noble, striking up engaging conversation with the fairer sex comes pretty naturally to me.
If you've read my Color review, you know that I was impressed with the ability to quickly exchange photo and videoand, most importantly for my weekend mission, to interact with other Color users by leaving messages.
Color is a photosharing app, but it's also a social networking app, in a way.
young girls who will soon be adults but are still kids right now.
And being kids, teens and tween girls can be both adventurous and bored at the same time.