Now that the whole country is stuck inside because of the coronavirus pandemic, dating apps such as Tinder are seeing a resurgence.
While social distancing rules mean we can’t go out and date, it does mean singletons can chat and flirt away on dating apps.
“Social distancing doesn’t have to mean disconnecting”, as Tinder users were reminded of last week.
Dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble, Hinge and Plenty of Fish lets you connect with single strangers near you.
While most of these apps are free, some of them limit the amount of matches you can have unless you pay for an upgrade.
For example, Tinder gold lets you swipe as much as you want, change your location, and to go through a list of people who swiped right for you.
In the free version the “Liked” list is blurred – and the way to unblur them is to pay for a Tinder Gold subscription.
But a sneaky hack that lets you see who has liked you without paying for an upgrade has been discovered, thanks to The Next Web.
First, simply log in to your Tinder account on your desktop.
You need to do this in a browser, not an app, so head to tinder.com.
When you sign in you will see all your Matches in the sidebar on the left.
To the left of your first match you will see a blurred icon that tells you how many people “Liked” you.
Click on that, and if you’re lucky, lots of blurred images will appear.
These are the people who swiped right after seeing your Tinder profile, but you didn’t swipe for them.
Simply right click on the first blurred image and select “Inspect”.
Now the Developer Tools module with appear, and you will see the Elements and Styles options.
In the Styles box, scroll down and look for this: ‘filter: blur(12px);’.
Then you click on the ‘blur(12px)’ part, and change (by typing) the ‘12px’ part into ‘1px’.
Or simply delete the word blur from the code and press enter.
You should now be able to see the people who liked your profile.
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