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Monday, February 10, 2014

Hot or Not Review for Android and iTunes+ Contest

In my real life I am a nice person.  I say "Good Morning," to people I pass on the street.  I say "Have a good day!" at least 10 times a day.  I go out of my way to make acquaintances, friends, family and even strangers feel cared for. There are times when I want to be real, to be honest, to say "Oh, girl stop wearing pajamas in public..." or "you are not as hot as you think you are buddy..." Lucky for me, there is an app that can give me the chance to rate people based upon their appearance and sex appeal.  Hot or Not Mobile is like the dating game with a new spin. Users can meet new people, share their interests, chat with fascinating people and maybe make a love connection.  Hot or Not is really realistic because face it, when it comes down to it, we all judge people based upon their appearance.

The app is simple to use.  You add photos of yourself then you are ready to start rating other users. Rating is as simple as clicking the heart icon for hot or the x icon for not.  If you are dying to know your level of hotness, you can find out your score and you can take advantage of an integrated social media component that helps you find other people in your area with a level of hotness that is comparable to your score.  I like that this app is not limited to smartphone users.  It can also be downloaded to your tablet or pc via facebook.  I love that this app gives me the chance to put the nice girl persona away and to declare who is hot and who is not without being criticized for my bluntness.

If you are in the market for making a new connection, Hot or Not is the way to go.  With over 190 million users there is a very good chance you will run across someone amazing.  If you haven't tried Hot or Not yet, you won't want to wait any longer.  There is a sweepstakes running right now that will award one winner a $1,000 gift card to the retailer of their choice.  Have you tried Hot or Not? What do you think of the app?  Overall I thought it was fun, but shallow.  While I might let appearance influence my first impression of someone, I wouldn't be able to look at a person and say someone is hot or not to their face... but then again, I don't have to do that now that I have the Hot or Not app.