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The move feels like a marked change for Tinder, which has been best-known for facilitating hookups since it launched in 2012. Now, it's attempting to offer new ways to connect based on shared interests.Places will be entirely opt-in, and uses location data partially gleamed from a collaboration between Tinder and Foursquare.
It appears Tinder has put real thought into Places and into a greater pivot to be more than just a hookup app. Because it's completely opt-in, it's possible that people won't choose to use it in the end, instead opting to swipe the same way they always have.Swiping with your friends, or even letting your friends swipe you has evolved into a bonafide social activity.By now, online dating has become more of a game than a place to meet a life partner. In 2016, the dating app launched an Apple TV app, which let you swipe with friends on the big screen. The novelty of online dating has begun to wear off.This is dating with a difference – instead of tirelessly swiping right, your friends do the hard work for you.All you have to do is decide whether or not the matches they’ve made on your behalf are up to scratch.