In the near future, a new Tinder update called 'Ladies First' will become available to users of the popular dating app, and is intended to give female users more control so that they can avoid unwanted advances a little more easily.
The update will allow Tinder to work similarly to Bumble if users choose, allowing women to initiate conversations first. Those who prefer to receive messages first will still be able to do so as well, with the feature easily adjusted within the app.
Mandy Ginsberg, the CEO of Match Group, explained the decision by saying that the company hopes to enable users to choose how they engage with others on the app, rather than telling them how to do so.
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