Three months after it was banned from the App Store, Bang With Friends returns on iOS with a completely new name: Down. What exactly you're down for is up to the imagination.
Everybody on Facebook knows what you're up to. This is a short and simple tutorial on how to keep your questionable app use in the dark - and yeah, that includes keeping all your Tindering on the D.L., friend.
We sat down with Colin Hodge, one of co-founders of the controversial dating app Bang With Friends, and learned more about how this product came to life, and why the developers have finally come out of anonymity.
BangWithFriends lets you secretly find out which of your Facebook buddies want to become friends with benefits. But given the sensitive nature of the app, it's a good idea to understand what you're getting yourself into by using it – legally speaking…
Remember how the app kept it quiet that you wanted to ... ahem, bang your friends? Well, it just got a little less anonymous. With one click, you can find our who you know that's using the app. We all may never be the same.
Everyone's favorite hookup app is back with its Android and iOS apps. The release also brings a few new features, like the ability to unselect someone before they reciprocate your hookup desires as well as the choice to ask someone to "hang" first. You know…
The ... ahem ... notable Facebook app Bang With Friends has made its way to Austin, but SXSW organizers were not impressed with team using the festival name without permission. That doesn't stop the site from continuing to hook people up.
A slew of new apps promising real love from your preexisting social network are hitting the market, hinting that your next romance - or hookup - is probably someone you're already Facebook friends with.
BangWithFriends took the Internet by storm last week ... but mostly just suspended us in disbelief. Who would use this? Who needed it? Is it a joke? It is not, friends.