The app’s defining feature, “Hot Lists,” reportedly gauges a person’s hotness through crowdsourced votes, just like the old website used to do.
The site offers a matchmaking engine called 'Meet Me' and an extended profile feature called "Hotlists".The updated Hot or Not app encourages people to vote on the most attractive (and least attractive) users, then gives users a popularity score and compiles a 'Hot List' to show in real-time where the most babelicious people are each neighborhood.The app is designed to take the guesswork out of tracking down good-looking people.In April, IAC bought 10 percent of Tinder, skyrocketing the picture-swiping app’s valuation. But the field may be too saturated to deliver Badoo the traction its looking for. Former IAC PR exec Justine Sacco, who was fired in December for an offensive tweet, joined Badoo in April and will be heading up Hot or Not’s PR department.Tinder also caught a lot of attention for its recently released disappearing photo feature. mobile market goes, dating apps are definitely rocking a 9 right now, which explains Badoo’s decision to use the nostalgic Hot or Not to get in on the U. With Tinder, Okay Cupid, Match.com, and in its dating app arsenal, IAC currently has a 28 percent share of the market according to Bloomberg.