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Tinder Loops sounds like a cereal, but it’s a new Vine-like feature coming to Tinder

The feature is now available to Tinder users in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Spain.

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With Tinder Loops, you can take any video and create a two-second masterpiece to find true love or at least your next hookup. The feature is now available to Tinder users in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Spain.

Apparently, it only takes two seconds to show off a personality, at least according to Tinder. In those two seconds, you can be flirty, serious, or however, you want.

If you love roller skating let’s see you killing it in the rink—forward and back, forward and back. Pro tip: increase your video speed and you just went from slow skate to roller disco. (Right on.) If you love shooting hoops let’s see you slam-dunk it over and over again. Pro tip: start your Loop mid-air and your feet will never touch the ground. (You da real MVP.) And if you love cliff jumping let’s see you making that splash—one foot in, one foot out—like you can walk on water. (Talk about swipe right material.)

Are you an introvert? Yeah, you might want to stick with traditional photos and swipe your way to happiness, no?

Tinder Loops isn’t the only new feature arriving on the data app. Tinder is also working on a feature that lets women make contact first. Called Message First, the feature is currently in the testing stages.

There’s also an all-new location-tracking feature that looks to take things to a new level. As The Verge first suggested, the unreleased new feature might “have to do with tracking people down to the bar or restaurant they’re at and letting people meet up even closer to where they are at the moment.”

According to Match Group, which owns Tinder, the app is now available in 190 countries around the world. Thanks to Match, couples get together on dates 1 million times per week. In total, there have been 20 million matches on Tinder.

Are you ready to use Tinder Loops? You know what to do below. 

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Bryan considers himself a well-rounded techie, having written articles for MakeUseOf, KnowTechie, AppAdvice, iDownload Blog. When he's not writing, he's being a single dad and rooting for his alma mater, Penn State, or cheering on the Patriots.

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