3Fun is a location-based mobile dating app available for both iOS and Android. It is available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Brazil, the Netherlands, and many other countries. The application has received over two million downloads to date. The app was created by a former Google employee and is free to download.
3Fun is a gay, lesbian, and straight dating app
3Fun is an innovative dating app for polyamorous relationships. Its platform offers synchronized chatting and a database of over 2 million active daters who share the same interest and have low inhibitions. The app is free to download and offers a variety of other features.
Its focus is on finding real romance and relationships, and is targeted towards the younger LGBTQ+ community. It’s also a mainstream dating app, which isn’t limited to the LGBTQ+ community. Despite its diverse user base, it does cater to the general population.
It uses GPS spoofing
A study released last week by researchers at Pen Test Partners revealed that four popular mobile apps leak GPS coordinates to third parties, allowing them to pinpoint the location of their users. This includes popular dating apps like 3Fun and Romeo. These apps allow users to arrange dates, threesomes, and more, and they are highly susceptible to data-looters.
Researchers were able to find users of 3Fun in high-security places like the White House, U.S. Supreme Court, and Number 10 Downing Street. They even had access to users’ birth dates, sexual orientation, and private photos, even if the data wasn’t encrypted. While 3Fun has since fixed the problem, the researchers warn that the issue could have been worse if the data had been used against the user.
It claims to have over 1.5 million users
Threefun is an app that lets people send and receive messages from other users. Users can choose whether to make their messages private or public, and they can even hide their profile photos. In addition, the app reveals the geographic coordinates of its users. Although it claims to have over 1.5 million users, some have been troubled by its privacy risks.
Some of these issues have been a result of 3Fun’s location-sharing practices. The app does not encrypt its traffic from the device to the server, which means that researchers have been able to track users by location. Some users even had their photos leaked.