Tinder launches MUSIC MODE that automatically plays users' favourite songs from ...

Tinder launches MUSIC MODE that automatically plays users' favourite songs from ...
Tinder launches MUSIC MODE that automatically plays users' favourite songs from ...
Looking to date a fellow 80s pop lover? Tinder launches MUSIC MODE that automatically plays users' favourite songs from their profiles Tinder has launched Music Mode in its recently-added Explore tab Users can select an Anthem that defines them and it will play on their profile  Music Mode will be rolling out to Tinder members globally in the coming weeks

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Whether its 80s pop or hard-core techno, many singletons would prefer to date someone with a similar music taste to them.

Now, Tinder has made it easier to suss out potential matches' music interests, with the launch of its latest feature, Music Mode. 

Music Mode will automatically play users' chosen Anthems – the 'one song that defines them inside and out' - from their profiles.

'Songs are deeply personal, and Music Mode is a place to spark something new through music,' said Kyle Miller, VP of Product Innovation at Tinder. 

Music Mode will automatically play users' chosen Anthems – the 'one song that defines them inside and out' - from their profiles

Music Mode will automatically play users' chosen Anthems – the 'one song that defines them inside and out' - from their profiles

How to try Music Mode 
Click on your profile and then select the Edit Profile button Scroll to Spotify Anthem and choose the song that best defines you Head on over to the Explore tab (at the bottom of your screen, the symbol with four squares)  Scroll until you find Music Mode Once in Music Mode, you’ll be able to navigate through members who also have their Spotify anthem on their profile and their chosen anthem will automatically play

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Music Mode is the newest immersive experience within Tinder's Explore tab, and has been created in collaboration with Spotify.

In a blog announcing the new feature, Tinder explained: 'Through an integration with

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