Tinder adds panic button on app

Tinder adds panic button on app

As part of it new range of safety features, Tinder has added a panic button which can be used to alert authorities while on a date. The feature has been offered through a partnership with safety app Noonlight which users will need to download separately. The dating app will also tackle catfishing with a new photo verification feature.

Simone
Simone
Sullivas
Sullivas 1 months

This can be abused by women very easily

OttersGonnaOtt
OttersGonnaOtt 1 months

Tinder is a prostitution app. Two prostitutes agree to meet and have sex, paying for the sex with each other's service. It's cashless prostitution. You know what happens when you commit a crime like that? You invite more crime. Okay, more seriously the idea that meeting a stranger is supposed to be safe is borderline retarded. It isn't Tinder's job to keep you safe, it's yours. I would say everyone was told not to meet strangers online by their parents, but the sorts that are so promiscuous they need an app to facilitate the volume likely never got that chat from mom and dad.

Spartacus
Spartacus 1 months

And might I add, no fat chicks

Aniolel Seer
Aniolel Seer 1 months

What ever happened to meeting people through peer groups? or in social settings?

Solidus 598
Solidus 598 1 months

More chances of getting metoo'd. Wonderful...

Ryan M
Ryan M 1 months

What kind of idiot uses Tinder anyway?

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