Tinder And Spotify Team Up For Anthem

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Do you enjoy meeting new people with similar tastes in music? If music preference is an important factor when you are considering a potential romantic interest, then you will certainly enjoy Tinder’s new feature called Anthem. This feature is brought to users in a collaboration with the music streaming service, Spotify.

By partnering up with Spotify, Tinder hopes to take the experience of swiping a step further. Users of the online match-making service will now be able to see music integrated into swiping. By connecting their profiles from both accounts, their Spotify music profile will be automatically added to Tinder.

Once you have linked your two accounts, you can easily check the music profiles of users that you have previously matched with. If their top played songs catch your interest, perhaps you will choose to meet up with your potential mate. If not, you can simply move on to the next possible match. However if you do not have a Spotify account, do not worry as you can still listen to another users top songs. This might even lead you to discover new music that you like.

Besides the ability to check out the favourite songs of a potential match, you can also listen to the one song or their ‘Anthem’ which best defines their personality. A user can now choose and broadcast their individual Anthem, which will be visible on their profile. So if you find a match who you share the same Anthem with, perhaps it will really be love at first swipe!

While Tinder is certainly one of the most prominent players in the online-app dating game, music service Spotify was also previously linked to the dating app Bumble. So go ahead and get to swiping!

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by techtalks @TechTalks November 3, 2016 5:36 AM UTC

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