The idea of Fling is to share photos, videos and text messages (pictured left) with up to 50 people around the globe.When a user ‘flings’ a message (pictured centre), they have no idea where it will end up - and if the recipient likes the fling, they can reply and start a conversation (pictured right) Fling's developers claim the app is the modern-day message in a bottle (stock image pictured).The app launched last month and is in the top five apps on the Apple App Store across Europe.Its success will depend on the number of users it has, but current figures state 180,000 people use the app daily‘Fling is restructuring the messaging complex and opening the doors to those who are bored of cluttered social news feeds with photos and messages from people they already know - having a thirst to widen their sharing and connect with people outside the country they’re in’ said the developers.Visit Their Website Your sexual orientation and relationship status don't matter at Those wanting a casual dating relationship or something more adult-oriented will find lots of bells and whistles here, along with a larger-than-average user base.Technically a free dating site in that it doesn't charge to contact other members, but this could change at any time and some features require a paying membership."Fling is an online space for people who would like to indulge in their sexual fantasies.
With that in mind, all of the features focus on the adult nature of the site, including: In the areas I searched in, users were predominantly heterosexual men in their early 20's, with approximately 10 men for every woman.
Based on the larger number of users and the membership levels of Silver and Gold, I had to wonder if is sharing the same user database as Adult Friend Finder, which uses the same terminology.
A quick search found that yes, Friend Finder Networks owns Fling.com, although there's no word whether or not they share the same database of members.
does have it's own sign in page however, as well as a different format, look and feel.
Fling has a number of interesting features that a lot of other casual dating sites forgo, including video chat, a blackbook feature (essentially a friends list), the ability to "safely" search (meaning: shut off viewing of explicit photos and video feeds),and put your profile in discreet mode (only allowing people in your blackbook to view your profile).