'Tinder for threesomes' app Feeld helps match 'thrupples' looking for ...

A London duo are shaking up the dating world with their alternative app which helps couples find attractive singletons to have threesomes with.

Graphic designers Dimo Trifonov and Ana Kirova are the creators of the app Feeld, for individuals and partners looking to join or have a ménage à trois.   

Feeld is for those wanting to 'explore their desires and join solo or pair up with a partner, a lover or a curious friend'.  

From its launch in 2014 the app now has more than three millions users worldwide hoping for some 'thruppling' action, with the majority aged 25-34. London has the most active members in the UK, ahead of Bristol and Glasgow. 

Dimo and Ana, who are in a relationship, told MailOnline they created the app 'as much for other people as for themselves', after Ana realised she was attracted to another woman.  

Feeld is for those wanting to 'explore their desires and join solo or pair up with a partner, a lover or a curious friend'

Feeld is for those wanting to 'explore their desires and join solo or pair up with a partner, a lover or a curious friend'

Initially set up as the 'threesome app', 'Thrinder', it got off to a rocky start when it was threatened with a lawsuit by Tinder because of the similarity in brand name. 

It was re branded Feeld - as in, 'playing the..' - and there are now 12,000 connections made on the app every day, with an average of 100,000 messages sent.

Feeld has more than three million users hoping for some 'thruppling' action

Feeld has more than three million users hoping for some 'thruppling' action

Users can even invite their crush to join the app, in the hope they will be game for a fling.  

Dimo and Ana run the business alongside their team which includes events manager Cathy Keen, a former sex worker in a relationship with her husband and his girlfriend.    

Cathy, who joined Feeld two years ago, is an advocate for 'sex positivity, consensual non-monogamous relationship structures and the legitimacy of sex work.'

Cathy, who worked as a lap dancer for 16 years, was born in Manchester but grew up in Yeovil, Somerset and is the daughter of devout Christian parents.  

She said she and her husband of eight years 'both identify as queer and see other people; separately and sometimes together.' 

Ana told MailOnline how the idea for Feeld was hatched and the demand for a sexually liberating

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