How does the app work? The interesting thing about Yumi is that it doesn't require any of your personal details. You can also make your profile anonymous by placing emojis over your face or even blurring your entire profile picture.
Clearly, the app is trying to make people feel less weird for just wanting a little sexy time with a stranger. The only info it asks for is the general location of where you live so it can create local matches. In the app, you flip cards, and if the cards on both ends flip, it's a match — and you can message the other person.
My thoughts on it: Okay, sooo...Yumi is just as skeevy as it sounds. Granted, it's literally described as a "hookup and anonymous chat app," so I knew what I was getting myself into. But I tried my best to be optimistic with low expectations and see if there was anyone on there who had different intentions than just a "Yumi" hookup. Spoiler: I did not.
I also found the app — and its "game" to flip cards to show that you like someone — to be a little confusing. By accident I flipped cards when I meant to "x" out of them, resulting in me getting some creepy messages from guys I already wasn't into.
There was at least variety in profile photos. Some photos on there were normal selfies, while others were shirtless thirst traps. But basically, this is solely a hookup app, as most of you probably already figured by the time you got to this final conclusion.