Privacy and Safety with CrossedPaths

User privacy and safety are obvious concerns with social apps like CrossedPaths.

User privacy was an absolute priority when CrossedPaths was being conceived and developed. CrossedPaths does not share your photos nor your locations with other users.

Moreover, Loiter’s privacy policy is unequivocal. The bottom line is that platform will not share with persons, other than those users specify, any information that users provide through CrossedPaths that might be used to identify them individually, or allow their precise individual location to be determined, both present and in the past – full stop. Moreover, logging off from CrossedPaths results in all data related to a user’s account being permanently and irretrievably deleted from our servers and rendered unviewable by other users.

To minimize abuse and unsavoury behaviour, users are able to dismiss and block users they are matched with. Users can also be flagged by other users which subjects the flagged account to manual review and banning if they are found to be in repeated and flagrant breach of the terms of service.

The privacy policy can be viewed in full here:

The terms of service can be viewed here:

CrossedPaths is a ground-breaking new way to meet new people

CrossedPaths is a ground-breaking new way to meet new people, make new friends and reconnect with old friends. The app is a tool to connect people who have genuine shared experiences and shared pasts. CrossedPaths is much more than just another run-of-the-mill dating app. It’s a genuine tool to reconnect people who have crossed paths in the past. CrossedPaths uses sophisticated algorithms to match you with people who enjoy doing the same things as you, in the same places and at around the same times as you.

Mia and Max #crossedpathsstories

Mia (from Berlin) and Max (from Frankfurt) are both German. But they crossed paths on the other side of the globe – in Australia. Both were taking a year off travelling around Australia with their respective partners. They all met while working picking fruit for a couple of weeks in Tasmania and again while taking surfing lessons on the Central Coast of New South Wales. After they returned home, Mia and Max come up as CrossedPaths matches, based on their shared experiences in Australia. They started chatting and now that they are both single, well, let’s see where it goes from here…