A new British dating app which stops users sharing nude pictures has been launched.
Dating app TrueView has launched a filter which prevents users from uploading ‘inappropriate’ shots to their profile.
Every photo that is uploaded onto the website is pushed through a filter that detects face and nudity. It then scores the picture and will reject if it detects a certain level of nudity.
Matt Verity, co-founder of TrueView says: “I think the majority of online daters want penis shots and gratuitous body flashing shots to be a thing of the past.
"We have always promoted an honest dating space for people who are looking to form relationships rather than find casual hook-ups. We don’t want to take the fun out of dating, just bring some decorum back! Once users are chatting through private messages, it is up to them what they send, of course.”
The filter is just one of a series of measures the app has introduced to combat a series of security issues they have pinpointed as the most problematic in online dating.
The most extensive change is the addition of the revolutionary ID software as used by secure websites such as Airbnb and airlines such as Easyjet. It has made the app the most secure dating app available.
Mr Verity added: "TrueView have been in online dating for the last four years and we have stood by our mission to increase awareness and improve the overall security levels of online dating. We feel the new TrueView app delivers on this and more."