This incredibly popular site, which launched in 2012, claims to connect only the ‘most attractive and inspiring singles’ via their website, app and at glamorous events around the world.Sounds great, and the singles out there are probably shouting ‘sign me up!Tinder released an updated version of its matching algorithm today, a “big change” that CEO Sean Rad has been hyping for the past week.In a blog post, Tinder offered few details on the new algorithm — but basically promised that it would revolutionize the quantity quality of matches each user receives.For despite being available world-wide, only a select number hand chosen by a ninja team of four staff at The Inner Circle will ever make it past the metaphorical ‘velvet rope’.The site invites anyone to apply, but to be approved you must be young, gorgeous, connected and successful.Here we explain what Tinder is, how to use it, why it's so popular, and more, including why you might not be getting any interest.
Well sorry, but you probably have absolutely zero chance of getting in.
The response was overwhelming: 500 registrations in less than 3 days, and over 250 very detailed comments.
We realized immediately that our little trial of online dating for seniors was something that resonated with people all over the world, and that we needed to go ahead and build something that would help us touch the lives of older adults everywhere.
explain: individual characteristics, like whether you’re smart or what kinds of hang-ups you have around relationships; quality of interaction, or how you hit it off in-person; and surrounding circumstances — stuff like your race or health or financial status.
Right off the bat, this proves a major obstacle for matching algorithms.