Date Protect App – Keeping You Safe With Online Dating


Attention, millennials (or anyone pretty much into the online dating game): have you dabbled in this digital phenomenon? Chances are if you’re single, you’ve probably poked around the digital dating outlets such as Tinder, Bumble, e-Harmony, etc.

And though these outlets are mighty useful and convenient, there’s always the off chance that the people you meet up with don’t have your best interest.

So the next time you want to venture on a date with someone you haven’t personally met, be sure to download Date Protect.

The Date Protect app is an online safety assistant that helps you stay connected with your loved ones so they’re aware of your status throughout the date.

And though the vast majority of people using online dating sites are sincere and honest in the information they provide, there are also exceptions. And because of these exceptions, it makes that much more important to keep yourself protected when you go to personally see people you’ve met online.

It’s quite simple to use as all you have to do is download the app on your iPhone, upload a photo of the person you’re meeting and enter the address of where you’ll be headed.

In the event you’re out on a date, you can text your contacts at any time so they know where you’ll be, giving you and your loved ones peace of mind.

And no matter which dating app or site you use, as long as you have a photo of the person you’re meeting and the address of where you’ll be going, you can use Date Protect app as an added level of security on your date.

So it goes without saying, always use protection when you go on a date with someone new.

If you’re interested in learning more, visit or download the app from the App Store.


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