Dating apps are changing the way we meet people in recent years, now decades. Flirting through an app is no longer a rare thing that needs to be hidden or hidden, but something perfect every day, like doing it in a bar, although it has its own particularities because it is a practical à la carte search and with people from all corners of the world.
amadou boasts of being the most popular dating app in the world and claims which causes 43,000 million matches since it was created on September 12, 2012. But until now it is a social network where everyone depends on themselves and the other person on each other who expresses their interest in starting a chat and who knows when to start a story on love Since then things have changed and the intermediary number has been introduced. With the new Matchmaker feature, users can ask family and friends to recommend who they should match with. from social network profiles.
To make it easier, those close contacts They do not need to download the application or have a profile to advise your loved one. The user creates a link and can send it to a maximum of 15 different family members or friends a day, and they have 24 hours to browse profiles of potential candidates, but do not establish any contact with them. When this period of time has passed, the interested party will see the profile recommendations of your loved ones and he will decide whether to accept them or not.
This new feature now available in fifteen countries: Spain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Australia, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, India and Indonesia, although not all users can access it at the moment. But Tinder’s intention is to reach everyone in the near future.