21 March 2020
With the recent call for social distancing due to the coronavirus, dating apps have had to adjust in order to keep users on their platforms.
Although rather late to act, Tinder will be installing its very own feature which will enable its users to keep their search for love alive even during this difficult period.
According to the reports from TechCrunch regarding the dating app it plans to make its ‘Passport’ feature available to all its users in the near future.
The ‘Passport’ feature is a premium Tinder feature which allows users to connect with people who may not be in their vicinity. However, given the current risk of contracting the Covid-19 virus Tinder has chosen to make this feature free.
When in effect the feature will be available until April 30, allowing the apps users the opportunity to meet and converse with new potential partners remotely.
Currently, other dating platforms such as Match.com and Hinge have already introduced similar features for their users to continue searching for potential partners near them.
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