If you scroll through Tinder fast enough and over a long enough period of time, you're bound to come across a famous person. You might even come across the co-founder and chairman of Tinder itself, eligible bachelor Sean Rad. We know that as a famous person Rad has to maintain an air of professionalism, even on his own app. Sean Rad's Tinder profile may have crossed that line. "But he's the CEO, he should be an expert at Tinder!" you may or may not care to exclaim.
"There are plenty more fish in the sea," the saying goes. What's the best way to stand out? Well, there's now Tinder Boost -- a premium feature that makes you the "top profile" in your area for 30 minutes. The option premiered in Australia a couple of weeks ago, and now it's rolling out in the UK. Once activated, your profile will be pushed to the front of everyone's queue, improving your visibility and the chance of a new match.
Everyone knows a big no-no of Tinder profile photos is group shots. There's no way to tell which cutie is the cutie you'll potentially be swiping right on. But one creative Tinder user named Kayla, found a way around this problem. You've been picking the wrong dating profile pics all this time. Reddit user FuckApathy posted a screenshot of Kayla's profile that is certainly worth a double-take.
Tinder has launched a new feature allowing singletons to add question-and-answer cards to their profile. The feature, called Prompts, shows a range of questions on subjects including pets, favourite songs and past-times on a user's profile, with their answer typed below. These cards will then appear on the app after a potential suitor has swiped through all the profile pictures added. It comes as the dating site sees 12 per cent more daily conversations than usual on the app during March, as Britons remain at home during lockdown. Totes great: Tinder's new feature allows users to place answers to questions about themselves on their profile My favourite animal is...: Listed above are some of the questions available through the feature.