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Tinder CEO Explains Why They Like to Test New Features out on Aussies First

Tinder usage in Australia is absolutely off the charts. Whether it’s a cheeky swipe while on the toilet at work or searching for a come-down cuddle buddy, it’s safe to say that the majority of young adults have had a fling with the app at some point. It might be because it presents an easy, casual way to find a potential partner in this scary messed-up world, or it might just be the fact that Australian’s are hardwired to root and destroy. Whatever the reason, it’s pretty obvious Australia loves Tinder.

Our loyalty hasn’t gone unnoticed, with the company praising the nation’s open-mindedness for trying new things. Speaking to Mashable, Tinder CEO Sean Rad expressed his appreciation that Australian’s are down for anything and quick to try new things. Basically, Australia’s like that hippie girl at kick-ons who’s constantly suggesting that everyone drops acid and has an orgy.

Sean even praised our ability to “Complain rampantly.” He explained that Australians are quick to send in feedback through social media and that we’ll always try to reach out to say what we do and don’t like. Which pretty much suggests that the poor bloke is hounded every day by people who say the app isn’t helping them to get a root.

The future of Tinder is looking pretty bright as well. Sean commented on the future of the app by saying, “I don’t think it’s crazy to think that one day we’ll be wearing a contact lens or glasses.” Virtual reality Tinder sounds like a blast, now I get to be rejected in a whole new reality. Hell yeah.

 

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