Tinder ‘Smart Photos’ will put your best picture on top

Tinder's Smart Photos monitors individual’s swiping pattern to decide which one of your photos they'll see first.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: October 14, 2016 9:50 am
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Tinder has introduced Smart Photos, a new new algorithm that reorders your photographs based on the number of right swipes you get on each one of them. “Smart Photos alternates the photo first seen by others when you’re shown on Tinder, notes each response as others swipe on you, and reorders your photos to show your best ones first,” a Tinder press statement reads. According to Tinder, users saw an increase of 12 per cent in matches during a testing session for Smart Photos. Smart Photos constantly browses through your photos to put the best ones on top.

Tinder’s Smart Photos monitors individual’s swiping pattern to decide which one of your photos they’ll see first when they come to your profile. The Smart Photos algorithm gets smarter with more input. This means it will be able to function more efficiently the more you swipe.

Tinder recently brought its Swipe Left – Swipe Right interface from its dating app to iMessage. Tinder Stacks allows users to vote on any set of images on the messaging app. Users can send your friends a stack photos to swipe and vote on—from which selfie should be your profile pic to which outfit you should wear tonight.

Read: Tinder ‘Stacks’ will let you swipe left or right on photos in iMessage

“We know that life is full of difficult decisions. So, whenever you need more input, Tinder Stacks will help you get your friends to weigh in. Not sure which party shot you should post from last night? Stack it. Need input on which filter you should add to your beach photos? Stack it. Group decision-making drama is a thing of the past. Just stack it,” said the company in a blog post.

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