In a major shift, Tinder will allow all users to search for people on its platform without any limits to geography. The removal of its distance requirements means that users will be able to search for potential dates in any part of the world as opposed to the previous maximum distance of within 100 miles. According to the platform, that means they users will even be able to match with other Tinder hopefuls in other countries. Engadget reports that the new feature is being rolled out in response to demand from Gen Z users. Tinder is testing a feature that would do away with any distance limits and let users search for matches across the globe (stock) ‘Our Gen Z members have been telling us for some time they want to meet people across the globe, and our new world order, paired with our distinctive global scale, solidifies that demand,’ said Tinder in a statement to Engadget. ‘We already had plans to open geographic filters, and now we’ve accelerated them.’ Global Mode will be notably different from Tinder’s ‘Passport’ mode which allows users to drop themselves into different cities or locations and search for other users as if they were… Read full this story
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