As we found out towards the end of last year, Tinder has licensed Amazon’s AWS image recognition software to facilitate their Top Picks feature and improve their matching algorithm, at least in theory. This has […]
There are so many options in the big sea of online dating that most of us simply can’t invest the time and effort to really try all of the available services and find the right one for us.
The purpose of this review is to help you decide which kind of dating service is the right fit for you: Classic sites like match.com, or OkCupid, where you can see and write to all other members (supposedly, more on that later), or more modern and allegedly superficial swipe based dating apps like Tinder or Bumble.
If you got significantly more matches in the past, but have seen them dwindling over the past months or year, or if you took a long hiatus from Tinder and just came back to dismal match rates that make you think your app might be broken, then this article is for you and the many people sharing your experience; Because yes, you are not the only one and it’s probably not your fault. […]
Last updated on 2018-10-28 General Tinder Questions What are Rules 1&2 of Tinder? You might come across these rules rather often if you frequent the r/Tinder subreddit. They stand for Be attractive Don’t be unattractive […]
Last updated on 2019-03-24 As an addition to the Tinder Gold plan, Tinder recently launched their new feature Top Picks worldwide. Of course, they make grand claims about how this will improve your swiping experience, […]
The short answer is “No.” The long answer is “No, not anymore (again).” For a brief period of time, between the introduction of Tinder Online (web version) and June 2018, Tinder let you choose between […]