One of the most popular dating apps in the world has introduced a feature that has never existed before. Now even parents will be able to help choose partners. We check how it works.
Everyone has probably heard of Tinder, even those who have never used the application or looked for the love of their life there. Although the application has different opinions and by some it is considered only a place full of people willing to have short adventures, there are still those who trust it and find it helpful. Now the software is going to be even better.
New on Tinder. You can have Cupid
The latest innovation on Tinder has been described as something that could facilitate cheating. All because of the incognito mode, which hides our presence on the Internet. After such a revolution, it’s time for another one. This time, the app will let friends and family play the role of Cupid. He will help you find the right partner.
The new function will have certain limitations, as these third parties will not be able to send messages on behalf of the profile owner. This will prevent impersonation and reduce the risk of unwanted problems. As we know, in any company there may be someone who wants to harm instead of help, so it’s better to keep your distance.
This is how you can use the new feature on Tinder
A new feature on Tinder allows users to let an outsider recommend potential partners directly within the app. Then, within 24 hours, we can invite up to 15 people to check possible matches, but ultimately it is up to us to decide whether we swipe left or right.
This is an ideal option for everyone who has trouble making a decision and prefers to consult the choice, e.g. with a friend. As Tinder noted, over 75 percent singles surveyed by app representatives discuss their dating lives with friends several times a month. For this reason, the option seems necessary and justified.
The matchmaking function does not require friends or family to create an account, the way it works is that they can only make a recommendation if we send them such a request. Currently, it is possible in 15 countries, including the USA. However, the option will be expanded to other areas until it reaches everywhere.
“I think we can help a lot of people around the world find happiness a lot faster, a lot safer, a lot better,” Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd recently told Bloomberg about AI applications in dating apps. Would you use the new option?