Clover

Upcoming App Clover Aims To Bring Erotic Entertainment To Your Doorstep [NSFW]

August 14, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

Just like everything else in this world erotic entertainment has found a way to make itself not only more efficient, but also more accessible to would be clients/connoisseurs of such services. You can call and order up taxi rides using services like Uber and Lyft, and even with an app called Drizly(although it doesn’t seem to have expanded into many areas yet)you can order up beer, wine, or liquor of your choosing and have it delivered to you in 20-40 minutes. All of these services can be provided to you through the interface of mobile apps, and Clover is a service that is looking to be able to do the same thing for people who are on the hunt for erotic entertainment.

Clover is claiming to be the first and only app to match entertainers and clients together on demand, and after a verified background check you can go about searching for the entertainment that you’re looking for, with promises that Clover keeps your information(meaning activity, transactions and history)secure. The background checks are an obvious necessity and one directed specifically at the entertainers it would seem, but Clover adds an “extra layer” of security for you,the client, and the entertainers as well by giving either one the capability to press the “clover” button within the application down for five seconds, which immediately sends your location to the local authorities in your area. Now that’s an embarrassing scenario to have to deal with and explain but safety comes first right?

Clover gives users the ability to customize the type of entertainment they’re looking for, right down to the search distance from an entertainer, whether users are looking for male or female, age range, and even traits like hair color. After users “choose their type,” both parties then have to accept, and then having an entertainer show up on your doorstep is as easy as one tap away and then simply waiting for the moment when you need to open up the door. Clover also mentions that entertainers keep virtually all of the income that they get through services used by the app, so, good for the entertainers it seems. The app is poised to show up on Android as well as iOS, although it isn’t up and running just yet. You can however head to the companies website and reserve access to the entertainment when it goes live. Any takers?