Tantan vs Tinder: which one can gives you better matches?

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Imagine your idea to date someone who believes in matchmaking. You don’t really want to put the effort to find him or her. In fact, you want the date to happen by natural. But how can you be sure that it will be a good fit?

Well, dating app providers are using artificial intelligence to match people with their potential match. However, there is a problem. You’re a fan of Tinder. You think it is a good app to meet someone. But it might not be!

In fact, the AI algorithms are trained to find matches based on data. And the AI is trained with huge databases. The huge databases of Tinder and Tantan are fully different.

For example when you search for someone in Tinder, you are blocked by all the thesaurus. However, if you search for someone again using Tinder, you will know how the most relevant people are!

What about Tantan?

On the other hand, if you use Tantan, you can only see the users who have a similar geographical location with you.

That’s why you can’t find a match by yourself if you are searching for someone in the US and you live in New Zealand. The app will constantly shows users from your area.

In fact, you have no idea about the dating style in other countries.

More information on Tinder:

Tinder, Twitter , Tinder Facts and Statistics.

A Tinder profile is created originally by the user and the user alone. Tinder’s standard set of information about the user includes photo, age, gender, and bio information.

A Tinder profile is created originally by the user and the user alone. Tinder’s standard set of information about the user includes photo, age, gender, and bio information.

Saying something too much (both in terms of writing length and content) is a potential giveaway. If you put too much information in your profile, it may be perceived as a badly written or crafted attempt to look older or more experienced than you really are.

Tinder gives you the option of blocking people for specific reasons, including if they send you a message that is too personal or offensive (e.g., if they send a message with sexually explicit content or a nude photo, you cannot block them for that reason).