Tinder has introduced blind dates. What is it supposed to be about?

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A new option: blind dates on Tinder

One of the main criticisms of Tinder? Superficiality. Relying on looks to “pair up” is quite a reflection of the modern mentality: shallowness, lack of commitment, banality. It’s no wonder so many Tinder dates are unsuccessful, with the likes of Shimon Hayut (aka Simon Leviev, the protagonist of Netflix’s latest hit “The Tinder Swindler”) making a career on it.

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Tinder: blind dating — how should it work?

Under this feature, the user or user will have to answer a series of questions. On the basis of the answers given, the algorithm will indicate the people who are most likely to be suitable for each other. The app will immediately allow these users or users to exchange messages.

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