Can This New App Really Get You Threesomes With People In Your Immediate Area?

3nder threesome matchAre you looking for a special someone or special someones? If you are looking for a ménage à trois, you may not have too look to far… There is an app called 3nder that is like the Tinder for threesomes. It is possible to get a threesome on Tinder, but this app makes it seem much easier as everybody is looking for a threesome here.

You select your pictures from your Facebook profile, describe yourself as a couple or solo and set your sexual and discovery preferences. If you’re a couple, you have to link yourself to your partner in the app. Once you’re all set and ready to go, you will be given a stack of profiles that meet your criteria in your area where you can swipe up to “like” or down to “pass”. After you get matched, you can then start messaging each other.

3nder couple stackIt uses your Facebook login to create a profile. If you’re worried about your friends, family, co-workers or boss finding out you’re into threesomes, 3nder says that privacy is important so you can use an imaginary name and hide from your Facebook friends. But what about that awkward moment where you find your boss and his wife on 3nder…

I’ve been playing around with it for a bit today and was hoping I would find a hot bisexual female couple. I wasn’t expecting much and knew I wouldn’t find many (or any) of those.  Even though I’ve set my preferences for woman of any type of sexuality and did not mention a man (there’s no option to exclude men), I noticed that it is mostly couples (man and woman) where the woman is usually bisexual and the man is straight. There will be occasionally some single woman or bisexual men with another woman (straight or bisexual).

I haven’t had many matches so far. While writing this post, I actually had 3 potential matches under the “Curiosity” section. That means that 3 profiles (couples or singles) have liked me but I haven’t liked them yet. Unlike Tinder, people that have liked your first, won’t be be placed on top of the stack to give you the opportunity to like them or not right away. In 3nder, you have to pay $7.99 per month to enable “Curiosity” to see who likes you.

While I was writing this post, I was also swiping away without reading or looking at the profiles and I got matched up with a bisexual couple, male and female. Now my “Curiosity” tab says I have 2 potential matches instead of 3, meaning I found 1 of potential matches. I use the same strategy I did on Tinder, before they restricted the amount of likes you can do per day, and just liked every profile I see so I don’t waste time. I’ll filter out my matches after the fact.

3nder Bisexual Couple MatchSo this bisexual couple matched with has this written in their profile, “We are looking for a bi top who is great to spend time with and all around awesome.” I’m not really looking to get down (or top) with this guy. I set my profile as straight so I’m not sure how we showed up on our stacks. He either didn’t set his preferences for men or said he would prefer any type of sexuality.

If I had set my preference for men to be straight, we shouldn’t have shown up on each other. Though I’m sure there are guys out there who say they are straight, but are actually bi and try to switch the other straight guy. Not happening today, pal. The girl looks pretty cute but if this guy is looking for a bi, I’m not his guy. I’m still unsure if I want to contact them and just be straight (no pun intended) with them and tell them that I’m not bi and I would still be down for a threesome (aka bang your girl).

I’ve haven’t really tested this app yet to give a full review, but first impressions aren’t all that great. I live in Las Vegas and set my discovery radius to 300 miles and I’ve already exhausted my stack of potential matches in my area while writing this post. If anything, Vegas should many users that fit their target market. There doesn’t seem to be a big enough user base. This app has been out for about a year and not too many people know about it. Maybe threesome is still taboo for some people so they don’t really talk about it.

I’m not a big fan of the user interface and I don’t like how you can’t exclude men from yours searches, even though it would extremely limit the search. I don’t like how you have to pay such a steep price of $7.99 a month to unlock “Curiosity” to find out who already likes you. There aren’t enough users for that feature to be useful anyway. For now, I think I will stick with Tinder for online dating apps. Have you tried using 3nder? What are your opinions or experiences from it?

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