Hinge is a location-based dating app that puts a heavy focus on people finding the right partners for a serious relationship, rather than a casual fling like some other dating apps might produce. It’s owned by Match Group – the online dating behemoth responsible for Tinder, too.
Hinge uses a well-thought-out algorithm for better matches, which could be part of the reason that 3 out of 4 dates from Hinge will lead to a second.
Pretty good odds huh? But how exactly does this app work and how is it any different to what’s currently out there?
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How Does Hinge Work?
Hinge works similarly to most of the popular dating apps out there like Tinder and Bumble. Hinge is a dating app that matches you with other people seeking dates using location services.
The basic mechanics of a lot of these dating apps – liking someone, waiting until they like you back, and only then being able to message – are consistent with Hinge.
So how does Hinge work? Well, it’s pretty similar to other apps – you build a profile, check out and like other users, and if there’s a match you can message each other. What makes Hinge different is that rather than liking another user’s profile, you’ll interact with specific prompts and images. Hinge hopes that this establishes a stronger connection – which leads to more dates, and more relationships.
The Hinge dating app works the same for guys as for girls and it gives members a lot of ways to interact. Rather than liking a profile, you can like one of the other user’s photos – and attach a comment too. Or you can reply to a ‘prompt’ like: “two truths and a lie.” If that person likes them back, they can now start a conversation.
So, the big difference to other popular dating apps is starting off a conversation off the back of a photo, or an answer on their profile. This means that it is much more personalized and pinpointed.
Rather than just starting a “general” conversation with someone, Hinge gives you many more prompts to work with. You’ve broken the ice and are less likely to have the conversation fizzle out, probably why most dates lead to a second.
How To Set Up Your Hinge Profile
Putting your own Hinge profile together is fairly simple. There are a few things that are a must. On Hinge, you can’t do the sneaky like you can on Tinder by chucking up one photo of yourself with no bio.
On Hinge, you have to include 6 photos (or videos) and 3 prompt answers. You can also stack your profile with video prompts, polls, and other creative ways to encourage people to give you a like.
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Hinge is a location-based app, meaning that it will usually only match you with people in your area so you have to ensure your location is set accurately. Unlike apps like Bumble where adjusting location is a paid feature, Hinge lets you set your location to anywhere you like, right from the get-go. But if you’re here for a serious relationship, it’s best to look locally!
You can edit your profile by tapping the profile icon in the bottom right corner and then hitting “Edit Profile”. From here, you can also toggle to view your profile the way it appears in other users’ Discover feed.
Some other basic info and preferences are also required. Let’s take a look at exactly how you would go about setting up your profile.
On Hinge, you have to have 6 photos or videos. This is a big difference compared to other dating apps that will let you jump on with only one. This is in line with Hinge’s claims of being relationship-focused. You can import pictures from Instagram or your Facebook profile.
Requiring users to add more details about themselves helps give other users a better look at who they are as a person and therefore are more likely to know if they would be a good match.
And because other Hinge users can interact with any part of your profile, you can spice your pictures up by adding locations and captions. You can also attach a prompt, like “Caught in the act” or “Comment if you’ve been here”.
Once you’ve uploaded a picture, tap it to edit captions and prompts. Hinge offers a drop-down list of prompts, or tap the text icon on the top left corner of the image to add location and caption details. It’s definitely worth the effort – every extra piece of detail is a hook that might land your dream match.
Hinge prompts are a series of questions and conversation starters that Hinge has provided for you to include on your profile. You can include three written prompts, as well as video and voice prompts (with recorded answers) and polls.
Prompts are a fun way to break the ice and give you and your match something to talk about right off the bat. I find that a lot of conversations on Hinge will skip the boring small talk that so often comes with conversations on other apps.
Some examples of prompts are: ‘On a Saturday at 2 am you can find me…’, and ‘The secret to getting to know me is…’ while polls can be ‘Two truths and a lie’, ‘Choose our first date’, or ‘Would you rather…’. Hinge lets you get creative!
All this helps to once again give your match a better feel for who you are.
With more information, your potential match can now see your different layers and therefore hopefully you will be more likely to find the one.
This is your basic information like age, height, gender, and location, but does go a little bit deeper as well with your ‘family plans’. Once again you can keep some of it visible or hidden on your profile. Here’s a list of what you can include:
- Family Plans
- Zodiac Sign
These are surface-level facts about yourself and touch on some beliefs. For example, your work, schooling, and education level are included but you can also express your religious and political leanings.
You can either answer, which will be displayed on your profile, or you can decide to keep them hidden. Here’s what you can include:
- Job Title
- Education Level
- Religious Beliefs
- Dating Intentions
In an effort to help people to get to know each other even better, Hinge has included ‘My Vices’. These include:
You have the option of “Yes”, “Sometimes” and “No” for all of these, as well as choosing “Prefer not to say”.
Like other dating apps, you can link an Instagram account with your Hinge profile. So if you think the grid shows your best side, add it here.
Preferences are all about what you are looking for. You can adjust your preferences from your profile or your Discover page – you’re looking for the “Filter” icon with three horizontal bars.
First, you have ‘basic preferences’ and ‘member preferences’ like gender, location, age, and religion.
So if you are out of town for the weekend, you can still select your hometown to swipe on – or if you’re planning a trip you can line up a date in advance!
Then you get to ‘Preferred Preferences’. These are paid extra as part of the ‘Preferred’ subscription plan.
This means you can get even more pinpointed by essentially building a set of criteria that your match has to meet based on their virtues, vitals, and vices. Here’s everything you can adjust to your preferences:
- Maximum Distance
- Age Range
- Family Plans
I personally believe you should avoid preferences as much as possible. The reason for this is that when you have set criteria of who your partner should be, you sometimes fail to see opportunities that might have been better for you.
People sometimes don’t understand what I mean when I say that you can meet the love of your life even if they don’t meet one or a few of your criteria of what you think makes a perfect partner.
It’s kind of like finding the partner that you didn’t know you needed. In my opinion, you should leave preferences out and be open-minded about who you will meet. Juliet probably would have excluded Romeo from her preferences if she had Hinge!
What Are Hinge Dealbreakers?
When you set your preferences, Hinge won’t completely exclude those people that don’t meet your preferences.
Even though the algorithm most likely won’t present you with people that don’t match your preferences, you still may come across them, especially if you use the app a lot. The user’s preferences will be shown on their profile, but it won’t completely ignore people that don’t meet those preferences. But Dealbreakers do.
So what are Hinge Dealbreakers? Dealbreakers allow you to select any of your preferences as a dealbreaker, meaning that if a profile doesn’t meet your requirements, you strictly will not be shown their profile.
You already know my stance on having preferences, so obviously I’m not the biggest fan of dealbreakers.
What Does Boost Do On Hinge?
At the top right of your profile page, you’ll notice a little lightning bolt on a blue icon. This is Boost.
So what does Boost do on Hinge? It temporarily boosts your profile, making you more visible to other users for a one-hour period and Hinge advertises that you can get 11x more views in that hour. Superboosts give you that same bump for a 24-hour period. Other users won’t know you’ve boosted your profile – you’ll appear in their Discover feed in the normal way.
There’s no guarantee you’ll get more likes by being more visible, but it definitely increases your chances. And every match that’s a direct result of a boost will have a small lightning bolt on their profile pictures, so you can see if the boost has worked.
Boosts aren’t cheap – it’s around $9.99 for a one-hour boost and $19.99 for 24 hours, although you can bring the price down by bulk buying. And since the mechanics of Hinge require users to like or comment on a particular part of your profile, simply being more visible doesn’t necessarily encourage the high-effort interaction required for a match.
But still, a tactical boost at the right time – like Sunday evenings, when the app is at its busiest – could be worth splashing out on.
How Hinge Discover Works
Discover is just like swiping on other dating apps like Tinder or Bumble. The difference is that with Hinge, you only like a part of the user’s profile, rather than the whole thing.
So how does Hinge Discover work? Click the H symbol at the bottom left of the screen to see your feed of potential matches. If you like someone, you respond to a picture, prompt, or poll – you can do this by clicking the heart or the rose icon that appears next to the user’s pictures or prompt answers. If you don’t like the user, hit the X to skip.
To increase your chances of a match by 300% (according to Hinge) you can attach a comment to the like. This helps you stand out and in essence, it’s the ability to send a message without matching first, which is a premium feature on other apps like Bumble.
But be warned – you are given only up to 8 likes a day (and sometimes less) unless you upgrade to become a Preferred member. These likes reset every day at 4 am local time – don’t use them all up before breakfast.
And you only get one free rose each week. According to Hinge, a rose is twice as likely to lead to a date so use it wisely, friend.
Meanwhile, you can undo a skip by hitting the back arrow that appears when you pass on another profile – since you’re unlikely to see someone twice, you better use that undo!
What Are Standouts On Hinge?
Hinge is all about finding you the best possible matches – it’s designed to be deleted after all. So on the tab beside Discover, behind the star icon, are your Standouts. This is another feed of profiles, especially hand-picked for you.
If you’ve come across this super-select second feed you’ve probably wondered: what are Standouts on Hinge? These profiles have been chosen for your Standouts based on two criteria – one, they’re popular with users on Hinge, and two, they closely match your criteria from preferences. Hinge refreshes your Standouts every day.
You can’t send a like to your Standouts: you can only send a rose. So if you like your Standouts, you’ll inevitably need to buy more roses. And because Standout profiles are popular already, you’ll need to work extra hard to stand out if you like them. For females, it might be easier to match with Standouts – but it’s harder for guys.
Lastly, Standouts can appear in your Discover feed, but it’s no guarantee. Don’t let the one slip away, because you can’t search for someone on Hinge.
What Is Most Compatible On Hinge?
The other feature you’ll find in the Discover feed is Most Compatible. Your Standouts were selected from your criteria, so who are these folks?
That leads a lot of people to ask what is Most Compatible on Hinge? Your Most Compatible users are profiles that Hinge’s sophisticated machine learning algorithm thinks you’re most likely to match with – Hinge thinks that you’ll like them and they’ll like you too.
In testing phases, Hinge found that “Most Compatible” matches were 8x more likely to actually go on a date. So there are some seriously good odds in there.Hinge says they aim to bring you one Most Compatible profile every day, but results may vary.
What’s The Difference Between Standouts and Most Compatible?
Since the Hinge app highlights different users as Standouts and Most Compatible, you’re going to have a ton of options on the app.
So what’s the difference between Standouts and Most Compatible? Well, “Most Compatible” users have been picked because of mutual compatibility whereas Standouts are simply popular profiles that Hinge thinks you might like.
That means you’re more likely to match with, and eventually meet, someone picked as Most Compatible. Hinge thinks you’ll like your Standouts, but more importantly it’s sure your Most Compatible profiles will like you back.
Meanwhile, you might have to work a bit harder with Standouts. But with so many ways to start up a conversation on Hinge, it’s definitely worth a try. Take it from Seal and send a kiss from a rose!
What Is Last Active On Hinge?
With Tinder and Bumble, swipes are low effort. But on Hinge, you’re encouraged to put some thought into it and attach a flirty, witty, or surprising comment.
There can be something intimidating about sending a high-effort message into the abyss. How do you know if and when they’ll see it? That’s where Last Active comes in.
So what is Last Active on Hinge? It’s a little hint from Hinge about when the profile you’re looking at was last online and it will tell you if they are “active now” or were “active today”. If you don’t see either of these statuses, they probably haven’t been online that day, or they’ve chosen to hide their online status in settings.
Unfortunately, you can only see this status for profiles in your Discover feed. Once you match, you can’t see when your match was last online. It’s also possible to turn off Last Active, so you can’t be sure someone wasn’t online even if you don’t see it.
Here’s how to turn off Last Active:
- Open up the app and tap your photo icon.
- Hit Settings
- Scroll down to the “Show Last Active Status” section
- Toggle Last Active Status to off – the toggle bar will turn gray.
- Hit X to save your changes.
How Hinge Matching Works
You didn’t come here to dance – you came to match. Matching is where the magic happens, so you’re probably wondering how it works.
So how does Hinge matching work? There are two ways to match. The first is when someone likes you (by liking and commenting on your prompts or pictures). When this happens you’ll find them in the Likes You section and you can agree to match. The other way is that someone that you’ve sent a Like to will match back. If they do this, they’ll appear in your chat tab. Geddit?
At the bottom of your screen, you’ll see a small heart icon. This is the Likes You section.
This is where you can see a list of the users that have liked you and therefore be able to decide if the feeling is reciprocated. If they have left a comment, you will be able to see this as well. To match, tap their profile and click on the conversation icon. You can reply with a comment, or simply match and let them make the first move in the chat.
A free member will only be able to see the latest person and every other profile that has liked you will be blurred. You can see all the profiles that have liked you by upgrading to become a Preferred Member.
If you decide to like one of these profiles as well, their profile will be moved to the ‘Matches’ section where you will be able to send unlimited messages. So that’s how Hinge works with likes – congratulations, you now have a match!
You can also like or pass on people that may not have seen your profile yet, just by going to the Discover section of the app. If one of these profiles likes you back, this new match will appear in the ‘Matches’ section as well.
What Are Roses On Hinge?
Hinge offers loads of ways to interact – liking or commenting on pictures, prompts, and polls. If you get creative you can see a great response rate. And now they’ve introduced Roses.
So what are roses on Hinge? They’re like an upgraded like, think Super Like on Tinder. You only get one free rose a week, and wherever you send a rose you’ll appear at the top of the member’s Likes You screen – helping you stand out. You can purchase additional roses, starting at $3.99 each.
Preferred members don’t get any additional roses compared to the free version, so they level the playing field a bit.
According to Hinge, Roses are twice as likely to lead to a date, and by bumping you to the top of the Likes You page they make you impossible to miss. But still, remember to attach a comment too. It’s the only way to stand out on Hinge.
Can You See Who Likes You On Hinge?
Because you can attach a comment alongside every like you send, Hinge can be harder work than simple swiping apps. Fortunately, that’s not the only way to match.
So can you see who likes you on Hinge? Yes – everyone who has liked you will appear in the Likes You section, accessed by the heart icon. With free Hinge, you’ll only be able to see your most recent like and other profiles will be blurred out.
To match with someone who likes you, tap their profile and hit the conversation icon. Hinge will let you match and wait, or make the first move by replying with a comment of your own.
How Hinge Messaging Works
Gone are the days when a chat was a chat was a chat. It feels like every app is trying to spice up its messaging features with GIFs and games and some apps, like Bumble, restrict who can message first.
So how does Hinge messaging work? Hinge is very straightforward in that once you match with someone, anyone can send a message, as many times as they want.
You can also send voice notes, and video call in-app, and to discourage ghosting whenever your match has messaged you, Hinge will prompt you to reply with a “Your Turn” note on the conversation.
But the big difference between Hinge and other dating apps is it allows you to at least send some sort of message before even matching.
I’m talking about the fact that you can leave a comment with your like, essentially starting the conversation already. Starting the conversation before a match is a premium feature on many other apps but Hinge gives you that power for free.
I highly recommend doing this as Hinge’s own website claims it will increase your chances of a match by 3 times, and putting some effort in always reaps rewards in the online dating game
When you have a like in the “Likes You” section there’s no time limit to respond, so you can take your time and craft the perfect reply. Your match won’t get read receipts when you’re messaging either.
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How Does The Hinge Algorithm Work?
As we saw, Hinge recently launched something called ‘Most Compatible’. Every single day Hinge will present you with one profile that its algorithm has worked out to be well, most compatible. But how does the algorithm know what you would like?
So how does the Hinge algorithm work? Based on your answers, preferences and then activity while using the app, Hinge determines profiles that you would like, and that would like you back. Remember, the goal with this app is a real connection.
Elite Daily sat down with Jean-Marie Mcgrath, The Director of Communications at Hinge and she said, “considering everything we know about you so far, your ‘Most Compatible’ is the person we think you would be most interested in dating, who would be most interested in dating you.”
Hinge uses the Gale–Shapley algorithm which basically takes information from your profile and information from another profile and matches them together. The algorithm attempts to solve the Stable Marriage Problem by balancing preferences and eliminating anyone with “Dealbreaker” characteristics. It even knows how attractive you are (kinda).
Come to think of it, I’m pretty sure I met a shapely Gail on Hinge a while back. Coincidence?
Hinge even goes so far as to ask its users privately if they have in fact met and if they want to go on another date, through the “We Met” feature. The constant inputs around the world are helping Hinge’s machine learning and algorithms to improve daily.
How Hinge ‘Preferred Members’ Paid Model Works
Basic Hinge is free and the app is pretty functional for a free member, but if you do want to upgrade to become a ‘Preferred Member’ you will have to pay. Once you download Hinge it will prompt you to sign up by either connecting your Facebook account or your phone number. Allow access to all required permissions and then you are good to get started!
Just like every other dating app out there that includes a paid upgrade, Hinge has also joined the party. Preferred Members is a paid subscription that is paid monthly, quarterly or bi-yearly.
Purchasing the upgrade allows users to access features that aren’t available to non-paying users. These features are nothing radical and we have seen similar things in other apps before. But regardless, let’s break down what exactly your money will get you if you decide to upgrade.
Hinge Preferred Features
According to Hinge, Preferred Members get twice as many dates as regular members. Of course, that might be because they’re trying twice as hard to get their money’s worth but there are some fancy features with Preferred that will help you meet your match.
- See everyone who likes you
- Adjust advanced preferences
- Unlimited daily Likes
- See twice as many Standout profiles
See Who Likes You: Just like Tinder Gold or Bumble Boost, Hinge also gives you the option to check out all of the profiles that have already liked your profile. As mentioned earlier, you will be able to always see the latest profile that has liked you, but all the other ones will be blurred. With this feature, all the profiles that have liked you will be shown.
Advanced Preferences: As mentioned earlier, these are preferences digging way deeper than the standard ‘age range’ and ‘maximum distance’. These will allow you to exclude people from matching with you by setting a series of criteria that your match has to meet. For example, you can use ‘Preferred Preferences’ to exclude people based on their height, family plans, or drug use.
Unlimited Likes: Hinge only gives you around 8 likes a day, which according to a lot of people, isn’t enough! If you want to find the right one quicker, maybe upgrading to get past this restriction is worth it.
Twice As Many Standouts: Hinge Preferred members also get to see twice as many Standouts. If you’re only interested in the creme de la creme, Hinge brings them to you with Standouts.
How Much Does Hinge Preferred Cost?
Unlimited likes, double Standouts, and the ability to filter out (or in?) heavy smokers might sound appealing, but of course, you have to pay for it. Is it worth it?
So how much does Hinge Preferred cost? While prices vary by region, Preferred starts at around $29.99/month. As with many subscription-based services, it’s cheaper the longer you pay for. Three months cost $19.99/month while a six-month subscription works out to $14.99/month.
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How To Set Up Hinge Preferred Members – Step By Step
If you feel like upgrading to become a Hinge Preferred member, here’s how you do it:
- Open up the Hinge app
- Tap your profile picture on the bottom right of the screen
- Scroll down to Settings and tap the gear icon
- Scroll down to Membership and tap Upgrade to Preferred Membership
- Tap the subscription option you want, and then hit Subscribe
How To Cancel Hinge Preferred Members – iPhone
You might want to cancel Hinge Preferred – Hinge was designed to be deleted, after all! Here’s what to do:
- Go to your iPhone settings
- Select iTunes and App Store
- Click on Apple ID
- Click on view Apple ID
- Click on Subscriptions
- Tap Hinge
- Tap Cancel Subscription
How To Cancel Hinge Preferred Members – Android
- Open up the Google Play Store
- Tap on your profile picture (or the circle with the first initial of your name in the top right corner)
- Click Payments and Subscriptions from the menu
- Click Subscriptions
- Tap on Hinge
- Hit Cancel subscription
How To Download Hinge – Step By Step
Anyone can sign up to Hinge as a free member. Then you can browse, match and message. So there’s nothing stopping you from giving it a try.
Hinge is available in the Google Play store on App Store. You can download it by either searching Hinge in either store or clicking one of the previous links. Here’s the step-by-step:
- Open up the App Store (iPhone users) or Google Play store (Android users)
- Search Hinge in the search bar
- Tap “Install”. Voila!
Hinge Help Center
Apps these days are taking better care than ever of their customer’s well-being. Hinge’s Help Center is their version of Bumble’s Safety & Wellbeing Center: your one-stop shop for online security, privacy, and support. There are a few handy features in here that you need to know about.
Not-So-FAQ: The NFAQ is a place where Hinge has answered your burning questions about online dating, covering things that you may not find elsewhere. They’re centered around LGBTQIA+ dating, and help any queer or non-binary daters navigate the world of online dating.
What Works What Works is Hinge’s very own expert dating guide and to be fair, they know a thing or two about what works. They’ve amassed the data of millions of users and built a solid algorithm so I highly recommend you take a look in here. It covers picking your best pics, responding to prompts as well as conversational tips to help you convert a match to a date.
Reporting on Hinge
Hinge is committed to keeping users safe, so if someone on Hinge behaves in a way that makes you uncomfortable, you can report them through the app. Hinge has strict user guidelines for behavior (including an AI that filters the app’s messaging) and they make it easy to remove someone from your feed. If you suspect someone has a fake profile you can report them for that too.
To report a user on Hinge, click on the three dots at the top right on their profile. If you’re in the chat, the three dots are on the top right of the screen. If you report someone, or if someone reports you, they won’t be notified. But they’ll disappear from your Discover feed or messages.
Hinge users aren’t automatically banned when they’re reported. Hinge looks to see if the behavior violation was unacceptable (in which case the Hinge account will be deleted) or provides a teachable moment where they can warn the user and encourage reflection.
Hinge is famously designed to be deleted. But if you haven’t gotten that far yet, you might need a break. It’s also designed to be paused.
To pause your Hinge account, follow these steps:
- Tap on your profile photo to open your profile page.
- Navigate to your settings through the gear icon.
- Scroll down to the Pause switch.
- Toggle it on – it will turn purple when you’re paused.
When paused, you can still access the app and message your existing matches. But you’ll be hidden in Discover, and won’t receive any new likes. Since you can’t really go invisible on Hinge this is the best way to take a break.
Hinge User Demographic
Knowing your Hinge statistics helps you figure out if it’s the app for you. It’s geared towards serious relationships, so is everyone on Hinge over 30 and looking to get married?? Let’s find out.
- Hinge is the third-most popular dating app in America after Tinder and Bumble.
- And there are 20 million Hinge users worldwide.
- 800,000 Hinge members are paying for Preferred. That’s one in 25.
- 75% of Hinge users have been active in the last three days.
- A whopping 90% of Hinge users are aged between 23 and 36.
- 49.3% of users are aged 18-29.
- 48.7% of users are aged 30 – 49.
- And just 2% of Hinge users are over 50.
- 64% of Hinge users are male and 36% are female, so the guys outnumber the girls 2 to 1.
- 83% of Hinge users are looking for a partner who has political views.
- 99% of Hinge users have a college education.
- 200,000 dates are arranged on Hinge every week!
- 72% of first dates from Hinge lead to a second date.
Is Hinge For Dating Or Hookups?
Hinge markets itself at people looking for meaningful connections and long-term relationships. And I know not everyone here is looking to get serious!
So is Hinge for dating or hookups? Hinge’s algorithm is designed to bring matches that you can form a lasting connection with and the app’s mechanics are built to encourage meaningful contact. That makes it geared more toward dating. But with 20 million users and a userbase of people in their 20s, you can bet some of those folks are looking for something more casual.
Ultimately, you’ll be able to find hookups on Hinge as well as serious relationships. If you’re looking for something casual, Hinge’s system of prompts and responses makes it quick and easy to start a flirtatious affair.
So this article has opened the door to the world of Hinge, but if you’ve still got questions you’re in the right place.
What Is Hinge For?
Hinge markets itself as an app for serious people looking for serious relationships, so what is Hinge for? Well, with 20 million users who are mostly in their 20s, it’s for everything and everyone. From casual encounters to long-term relationships, Hinge is for anyone looking to match and meet.
How Do You Get Matches On Hinge?
There are two ways to get matches on Hinge: by looking at who “Likes You” and by liking other members and waiting for a response. But maybe you knew that already, and you’re still struggling to get matches on Hinge. My advice is to put the effort in.
Build a quality profile with six great pictures and three creative and personalized prompts. And when you send a like to someone else, make it meaningful. Attach a comment about what it makes you think or feel, otherwise it might be a waste of time.
Does Hinge Tell You When Someone Looks At Your Profile?
The app shows you everyone who likes you in the “Likes You” section, but does Hinge tell you when someone looks at your profile? Nope – unless they like you by interacting with a picture or prompt, you’ll have no way of knowing who has seen your profile.
Hinge is here to stay. It’s a wildly popular app already in the US and is starting to take over the rest of the world. It might just even be better than Bumble. So jump on the bandwagon now if you haven’t already.
If you are new to online dating in general, I suggest you check out my full eBook guide to Tinder: Tinder Hacked. Even if your heart is set on using Hinge, you will definitely learn concepts and tips that will translate over. Otherwise, get matching!