History[ edit ] Clover launched on the Apple iTunes store on March 17, There are added features offered through a "Premium Clover Subscription" which can be purchased through an iTunes or Google Play account for 1, 3, or 6 months. A 7-day free trial can also be purchased which will give you seven days to try the app for free before subscribing to a monthly subscription. Viewing profile information and profile photos. Sending date requests in the On Demand Dating feature.
Creating or joining Mixers. Playing "20 Questions" which will allow you to compare answers with other users. Filtering by age, distance, and sexual orientation. Posting profile photos from your camera or Facebook account. Controlling who can see your location, online status, and mixers you have joined.
Also, if a user likes you then you can chat with each other for free. Sending chat messages to anyone regardless of it they like you first or not. Seeing when a user has read your chat message via read receipts.
Sending gifts in chat. Sorting prospects' lists by most recent, most popular, location, age, name, online status, and gender. Subscribers also get free "Boosts" so that they can feature themselves in the feature strip at the top of the chat screen. Similar to a blind date users can choose the location and time that they wish to have the date and the app will list potential matches. Users can then review their matches and confirm the date.
The app also gives suggestions for locations based on price and popularity. This feature is free to use. Mixers can also be sorted by trending, number of attendees, number of comments, or most recently created.
Mixers can also be searched using the search option. Starbucks was found to be the top location that users preferred. The analysis found that product manager, flight attendant and speech therapist were among the most attractive occupations among women and doctor, psychiatrist and lawyer were the most attractive occupations for men.