And the app uses facial recognition to prevent people from uploading photos that don't have faces in them.
Still, the idea will no doubt be controversial to some — remember the huge outcry over Peeple, the "Yelp for people" app — but the creators of the app say they hope to make online dating a safer experience for people.
Beyond the "grading," you’ll also be able to pick from a list of pre-determined hashtags to describe someone, in a move that is similar to the girls-rate-boys app Lulu. Lerner takes great pains to emphasize that The Grade is not an “elitist” app, like invite-only Tinder clone, The League.
And you get the sense Lerner feels like his app has been misunderstood.
The Grade then takes the sum of all these “yes/no” answers and gives your profile a grade.
Bodies are seen nude from the rear, though from the front private parts are blurred.
Participants flirt and sometimes kiss in the nude; they also talk about body parts, rate their dates' attractiveness, and talk frankly about sex and attraction.
"The mission of Stroovy is to provide an online community to assist daters in enjoying safer and better dating experiences," the company writes on its website.
"There are about 74,000 registered sex offenders active on dating sites, so use Stroovy's online dating community to find out more about who you are meeting on online dating sites." It's not clear exactly how they plan to handle potential privacy concerns.