3Fun is a location-based mobile online dating application that is available on iOS and Android. Its user base is located in the United States, the United Kingdom, Brazil, the Netherlands, and several other countries. As of this writing, 3Fun has over two million downloads in total. Users can search through profiles of other users in their area and view their profiles.
3Fun is a dating app for threesomes
3Fun is a dating app aimed at adults with a shared interest in threesomes. The site claims to be a threesome lovers’ paradise and also has sections for kinky, swinger, and bisexual lovers. Its demographics are very diverse, but the vast majority of 3Fun users are between the ages of 23 and 32. Another 23% are between the ages of 33 and 42, while 7% are between the ages of 43 to 52.
Signing up for 3Fun is quick and easy. There are three ways to register: through your email, by linking your Facebook profile, or via your mobile number. The latter is especially useful for people who are constantly on the go.
It uses AI to identify fake profiles
3Fun uses AI to detect fake profiles and scammers. The company claims to be the first casual dating app to implement AI to identify and remove fraudulent accounts. The AI can detect stolen profile pictures, nude photos, and more. Users can also delete fake profiles by disabling their contact information.
To train the algorithm, researchers from the University of Warwick trained it with a variety of fake profiles and stolen material. The result was a system that identified about 1 percent of profiles as fake. The researchers are currently working on further developing this algorithm to improve its accuracy. The new technology could be implemented by dating services within the next couple of years.
It uses pre-signed URLs
The 3Fun team has taken extra precautions to keep the sensitive data from users safe. Their database is highly encrypted and is stored in the US with Amazon Web Services. They are also working on adding a Web Application Firewall (WAF) to help protect the server from common bots and web exploits. In addition, 3Fun keeps photos private by default and encrypts their APIs.
ThreeFun’s security protocols and safety standards were recently updated after several security flaws were discovered in 2019. The security vulnerabilities were quickly addressed and additional safety measures were taken, which restored user trust and resulted in an additional 1 million sign-ups.