LMK is an app for meeting and talking to strangers. A user can look at other user’s profiles and swipe right if they see one they are interested in. If that person swipes right on their profile too, they are connected and can send each other messages and make voice calls.

People can also join ‘Audio Rooms’ where they can talk to groups of other users. A user can pay for LMK Premium to do things like see who swiped right on their profile. The ‘For You’ page allows users to share messages and see other people’s messages. The app suggests people for a new user to follow. People can earn gems for using the app daily or inviting friends. Gems can be used for things like buying virtual gifts for other people.

A new user should be at least 13 to use LMK. The app says under 18’s should have permission from their “legal representative” to use it. A user must allow the app to access their contacts. They must also provide a photo to be able to see others’ profiles.

There are no parental controls on LMK and there are limited safety settings. For example, a user can hide their profile from other users but this means they cannot see new profiles either. They can also block and report other users.


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