Tinder celebs get true identity
NOW you’ll know if you’re chatting with the real Shane Warne on Tinder after the datingapp announced a new verification system for celebrities and public figures.
Similar to the way movie stars, sports identities and other well known people have verified accounts on Instagram and Twitter, Tinder will give its tick of approval from Tuesday, according to Gizmodo. com.
It means that if you’re desperately trying to hook- up with Australian cricket legend and flirt about town Warne, then you’ll know if it’s him or someone trying to impersonate him. It also might be the case for any other public figures. Just how many celebrities will want a verified account on the dating app is unknown, but since Warne ( pictured) openly promotes Tinder for his own services, there’s at least one prospective Australian customer.