Creators of the app promises to organize Shikoba parties at the best clubs worldwide to share unique experiences.
All the service is free, with a premium payment option to send unlimited likes, chat requests and coffee invitations at the best market price.
Thus Shikoba aims to provide a completely new experience compared to existing dating apps.
Shikoba App is a dating app that includes an innovative scanner which will allow to meet and connect with other registered users within eye sight in any outdoor space.
I did, however, write a post for Cyborgology about race and online dating sites, which got some attention, and I do (obviously) maintain research interests and projects in new technologies more generally.
It is possible to send them an in-site ‘like’, a chat request or invite to have a coffee.
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Traditional dating sites like and e Harmony have always been a hard sell on college campuses, where the incredible density of young single people all living in the same buildings makes turning to the Internet to find love seem unnecessary and old-fashioned.
But now, a new breed of dating services is making headway with this younger and more carefree demographic.
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.