I’ve lost track of the number of friends who’ve asked me about Tinder. It’s the most popular dating app nowadays. For those of you who haven’t heard about Tinder before, It’s basically an application that matches people based on their physical attraction. So If you see someone you like, you have to swipe right, but you won’t be able to chat with this person, until he/she swipes right as well. So how to See Who Likes You On Tinder?
Tinder users face a lot of privacy issues, because the application will display your first name as well as your pictures from Facebook, andÂ it will even list the commune Facebook friends you have with this person. Which makes it easy for creeps to find your real Facebook profile, and stalk you.
However the main feature that people really like about the application, is that you can’tÂ know if the person likes you, unless you like them as well.
Yet… Ever since the application started to get popular, many developer started to build applications around tinder, using reverse-engineering, because the application does not provide access for other application to use its feature. And I have no idea why, but Tinder is still not able to protect their functions from being used by external apps. Among these apps, you will find ones that allow you to change your location, to save the records of those you liked and disliked, as well as to find out your likers.
How To See Who Likes You On Tinder
I found many applications that provides this particular feature, you can checkout Flame for Tinder andÂ Bonfire.
These two applications will help you Increase your Tinder Matches and Learn who likes you. Although each has other interesting features, you need to buy the pro versions to get all the features.Their features include : Auto-Liker, History, Faking your location, and even browsing without liking or disliking anyone.
Although these applications has been around for a while, Tinder still hasn’t done anything to fix the privacy issues. You know I am Old-School when it comes to dating apps. When an application promises me to keep my privacy intact, and then fails to protect the main concept of the application, I just lose my trust. It’s up to you to decide if you want to take advantage of these applications, or stop using the application to Protect your privacy.