Tinder Introduces “Blind Date” Feature to go on Virtual Dates

Relationship, relationship advice, online dating, dating tips, match making, match maker, blind date, tinderTinder is adding a new feature called “Blind Date.” Using the new feature, you have to chat with the other user to see what they look like. According to The Verge, Blind Date is the latest incorporation to Tinder’s Fast Chat lineup that shows different in-app experiences such as; Swipe Night and Hot Takes.

The feature allows the users to be coupled based on their common attributes, play games, and answer prompts. Then, based on users’ choice to match, they would see each other’s photos.

The new feature asks the users to answer quick round questions or prompts such as; “I put ketchup on. Or “It’s OK to wear shirt times without washing it.” If you do not like their answers, you can match with someone else. It has been designed as “low-pressure,” Tinder says the app “reflects the modern dating habits of Gen Z… and also taps into their ’90s nostalgia.”

Tinder reveals that users yielded 40% matches more during the testing phase compared to its other Fast Chat attributes involving images and profiles, increasing a user’s chance of meeting someone they would overlook somewhere else.

The new feature is available to US Tinder users. It shall be made available to global users in the coming time.


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