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Adam4Adam is now an app and vows to remain 100 per cent free


By Steve Brown

In the world of dating apps, it’s hard to keep track of what’s what and who is on which site.

There seems to be a new site each and every day promising to find you Mr Right but you are forced to pay an extra fee to get the best out of the app.

That’s why Adam4Adam has vowed to remain 100 per cent free forever with tons of other features that apps, including Grindr, Scruff and Hornet, charge for.

Created in 2003, Adam4Adam started off as a website but throughout the latter part of 2018, A4A – as it’s known by long-time users – has had a revamp and was completely recreated from scratch for mobile users.

With a sleek, refreshed look and an optimized user interface, the app has a number of cool features to let users have a better, faster and more fun dating and hook-up experience.

A4A has always relied on word of mouth since its early days and its founder has always wanted to offer a full free dating experience for everyone and is probably one of the reasons why the site has more than 11 million users worldwide.

Owned by a Canadian gay man, the team is dedicated to share the owner’s vision of offering a free dating app that simplifies connections between users.

Since its rebirth, the app has been downloaded more than 5,000 times daily and has ambassadors including Manila Luzon, Eliad Cohen and Matthew Camp.

To join the Adam4Adam community, download the app here and follow them on Instagram for contests and free goodies.

See for yourself why Adam4Adam is still so popular after all these years and why everybody’s using it.