No strings attached is very effective, in keeping your sex life or your world of fantasy, away from your normal life, it offers you a completely different atmosphere, after you sign in, which makes it different form other site.
Its policies are very flexible to keep your identity, the way you want it to be, and reveal it, under the circumstances which you feel our suitable. This keeps you on the driving seat, and don’t mind the incoming traffic.
Though, you cannot find its mobile app, such famous sites are always banned, you can enjoy their services through your mobile browser.
With no strings attached, you are a free bull, you can create anonymous profiles, and set your identity in anyway you want, Once, you meet genuine people, or you are still deciding, use their private call feature, without using your personal phone number.
They also give you an email, for doing personal, yet professional starts, once you are too close, you will prefer to jump on webcam, if not her. Hence, you will not user this feature much.
They don’t ask you who you are, or what you do, but they track what you are doing, through their dedicated surveillance team, by using forensics assistance, to make sure that their members are having a great time securely.
No strings attached is just waiting to get enough members, it is ready to give a different and discreet flavour of the online world of romance and hook-ups. Before you sign up and pay, just make sure, you have enough people around your place, you will not probably fly to London from Hong Kong to have sex. If there are members, then it is one of the best site to give you pleasure and excitement, secured behind your alias.
Adam (Kutcher) first met Emma (Portman, who also exec produced) when they were adolescents at summer camp. Reacquainted years later, they end up becoming close friends. Adam, an assistant on a Glee-style TV series and the son of a 1980s sitcom star (Kevin Kline), is a goodhearted chap smitten with Emma, who is now a workaholic doctor and by her own admission allergic to serious relationships.
They end up having a quickie one night, an encounter that begets a friends with benefits arrangement with one big rule: no falling in love. Naturally, that “sext friends” deal is just too good to last. So who’s going to blink first? And can their friendship survive it?
Imagine if a celebrated chef like Wolfgang Puck decided to cook at an Applebee’s one night and you just happened to be eating there. It could very well be the best meal you’ve ever had at Applebee’s, but it’s still frickin’ Applebee’s no matter who cooked your dinner because it’s all the same crappy ingredients. That’s about the best analogy that I can make about No Strings Attached as helmed by Ivan Reitman, whose skills may have dipped over the years but who is still the director of Ghostbusters, Dave, Twins, Kindergarten Cop and Stripes.
No Strings Attached doesn’t offer much of anything new. It could have very easily been a casual sex comedy from the 1980s or a Kate Hudson-Dane Cook vehicle, but the chemistry between Portman and Kutcher and the judgment of Reitman are enough to make it passably entertaining in a “watch it if it’s on the plane” sort of way. There are a few chuckles peppered throughout — with the leads getting decent support from Kline, Lake Bell, Mindy Kaling, Greta Gerwig and Jake Johnson — but there are also long, dull stretches and a litany of genre cliches to endure.