Tinder Pushes Beyond the Realms of Hookups, Launches Tinder Social

    Tinder, a location-based dating app has started rolling out a new update in some places including India, US, Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand. This update comes with a new option called 'Tinder Social', which allows us to form a group, sharing the common interest and much more.

    Tinder Pushes Beyond the Realms of Hookups, Launches Tinder Social

    In fact, this update was initially tested in Australia and found out more people socialized and shared a similar interest together. Using Tinder Social, the users in Australia organized pub crawls, attended concerts and much more.

    In order to use this app, the user needs to update it first. After updating, the users can unlock the Tinder Social to gain access. Here, users can create a group by picking 1 to 3 members and also they can assign a status.

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    Further, the users can toggle Tinder Social ON and OFF by accessing their settings in-app at any time.

    "Tinder Social is designed to make it as easy as possible to plan your night, get out into the real world and meet new people. The new feature takes the Tinder experience to a new level, offering our users more ways to expand their social circles and interact with potential matches," said Sean Rad, CEO and co-founder of Tinder. "We believe it's the ultimate tool for planning your next adventure."

    Taru Kapoor, Head of Tinder India, said, "We're excited to bring Tinder Social to India - this feature offers a simple, fun way for our users to continue seeking new experiences and forging meaningful connections."

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