“German prostitutes may soon be saying ‘auf wiedersehen’ to walking the streets,” Danika Fears reports for The NY Post.

“A new app is connecting ladies – and gentlemen – of the night with prospective clients in the same area – similar to how Uber and Tinder connect users to cars and dates,” Fears reports. “Billing itself as the ‘first mobile Web app for booking erotic entertainment,’ the Berlin-based service Peppr was launched at the beginning of April and will be available in other German cities soon, according to a company press release. Prostitution is legal in Germany.”

“Users can browse photos and profiles of nearby male and female prostitutes, narrowing their options down by filtering for price, age, physical attributes and ‘extras’ like ‘leather fetish’ or ‘dinner date,'” Fears reports. “Setting up a profile is free for sex workers, but clients have to pony up a booking fee equal to about $7 and $14. ‘Our intention is to provide a neutral platform on which men and women can arrange meetings relaxed and safe,’ CEO Pia Poppenreiter said in the release. She dreamed up the idea after observing prostitutes standing around outside on a cold winter day trying to lure in clients.”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Lynn Weiler" for the heads up.]