Can someone identify,
locate or track me using Friego?
Absolutely not! Friego is not a GPS location device or a
dating service app. You enter absolutely nothing into
Friego except a small photo which will be visible only to other
users (based on your sexual selection) nearby. Only people
who already see you will see your photo and the only thing the
photo tells them is that you're single which is nothing they
couldn't have ascertained already from a glance at your ring
finger. Friego is totally private and simply gives you and
others a chance to secretly connect without embarrassment or
What happens if I friego someone and they do not friego
Unfortunately, you are out of luck unless you want to follow up
with an open friego attempt. It is important of course that if
you want someone to return a friego, you should at a minimum
make certain that they see you. A quick glance should be
sufficient in most cases. But do not be discouraged by
missed connections because with Friego, you will discover that
there truly are many fish in the sea - and Friego makes if fun
What if someone is using
a fake or inappropriate photo?
The Friego app allows you to quickly report fake or
inappropriate photos which can and will subject the user to
account cancellation. Since Friego identifies each phone,
cancelled users would have to obtain a new phone in order to use
Do I have to friego someone only when they are within 33
feet (bluetooth range)?
No. Once your phone has identified a user nearby, that
photo will stay on your phone until the early hours of the
following morning. You can friego that person anytime
while the photo is still visible.
Do we both have to friego one another on the same day?
No. Once you have friego'd someone, that attempted
connection is permanent. A connection will be made if they
friego you a week, month or even years later.
What if I want to friego a photo of someone I do not
If you see a photo of someone you don't recall seeing
personally, we strongly advise you not to friego that person
since it could be a fake photo. Always reject
open friegos with a photo of someone you don't remember seeing.
Can I find out who has friego'd me?
No. Friego is completely private for both you and all
other users. No one will ever know who you have friego'd
and you will never know who else has friego'd you.
What are open friegos?
If you are extremely anxious to meet someone and are afraid they
are not going to friego you in return, you can attempt an open
friego. If the other user accepts open friegos, you can
send him or her a short text message asking for a return friego.
Should I accept open friegos?
That is subject to each individual's personal preference.
You can toggle the setting depending upon the situation.
In other words, if you are comfortable with the people around
you (work, classroom) then you might choose to accept open
friegos. If you are uncertain about your surroundings
(nightclub, concert), then you may choose not to accept them.
What if I change my mind or decide not to meet someone
I've connected with?
Simply remove that photo from your connections list and your
photo will automatically be removed from the other person's list
as well. All further communication will be cut off and
that user cannot connect with you again using Friego.
How do you protect minors who may be using Friego?
Friego is restricted to users 15 and above. Photos of
users under the age of 18 will not be shown to users over age 18
and vice versa. Adults using fake ages or photos
will be reported immediately to local law enforcement.
What is Friego Online?
If you access Friego Online ($2.99 annual subscription charge),
you can login to your personal account and find out after a 72
hour delay how many times you have been friego'd each month and
you can also see the photos of others you have previously
friego'd. You can use Friego Online to attempt to openly
friego someone who previously did not return your private friego.
You can also remove attempted friegos you have made in the past
which may be advisable if you become involved in a relationship.