Why We Ignore Our Tinder Matches
Tinder’s Super Like Says More Than A Simple Right Swipe – TechCrunch
Half the fun of going on Tinder is swiping through profiles — it makes dating feel like a game, rather than a soul-sucking experience it often is. Tinder is now testing out a new feature that lets you avoid constantly swiping on tons of profiles and just cut to the chase, by telling you who has already liked you. Tinder Gold will be tested in Argentina, Australia, Canada, and Mexico shortly, and the company hopes to roll it out to all users soon. According to Mashable , if you get Tinder Gold, you can see how many likes you have from the same screen where you see your matches. You can then see a grid of all the people who have swiped right on you, and either auto-match, dismiss, or read more about each person. But if you already have Tinder Plus, it will only cost a little bit more.
Tinder’s Super Like Says More Than A Simple Right Swipe
Tinder is an online dating application, which has been proven very effective; even celebrities have been able to find a match on the app. Apart from the geographic area, the app finds you users that match your age, sexuality and criteria. However, on Tinder, as well as online generally, people find it easy create fake accounts and often act inappropriately. Instagram and other social media platforms already have this feature for celebrities, but Tinder is stepping up the game, verifying all real users.
Between getting catfished, ghosted, and matching with people you're only kinda excited about meeting, with everyone else you swiped right on clearly not interested enough in messaging you back, online dating can be tough. While there are no shortage of Tinder "hacks" that folks are willing to share with people online hint: be attractive and take great photos and have a bevy of interesting pick-up lines there are still tons of questions people have about the app: like the green dot. No, it doesn't mean that the person's got their webcam on or that they're a potential "super match" for you. All it means, per Tinder's official website, is that they are "recently active. The "premium" Tinder services give you unlimited likes, five super likes a day, and a "boost" every month to put your profile on more people's radars, along with rewinds on accidental swipes, and knowing who likes you first.