Dubai: Khalid, a year-old Dubai-based engineer, was having goosebumps as he walked down the dimly lit hallway of a sixth-floor hotel apartment in Dubai. When he reached Flat , he knocked on the door with trepidation while checking the empty hallway. As he waited for the door to open, Khalid was thinking about how just 24 hours earlier, he was checking the Tinder dating app, when a picture of a beautiful blonde popped up. After pressing the like button on her profile, he received a message from the blonde to meet her at her hotel apartment. After chatting with her on WhatsApp, he learnt her name was Maria. She sent her location with a flat number, asking him to come over quickly.
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A collection of new safety features includes photo verification and emergency call service. A popular dating app will soon be getting a slew of updates dedicated to safety for its users, both online and in person. On Thursday, Tinder revealed plans to add a panic button to let users discreetly call for emergency services if they feel they are in danger. The company integrated with Noonlight , a connected safety platform, to implement the feature. Along with this added safety option, users will also be able to submit details of their upcoming dates, including their time and location.
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Fans were curious to know if the Neymar Tinder account was legitimate and controlled by the Brazil international himself. The former Barcelona ace, who is yet to return to the squad following an injury, has now confirmed that he does not own the purported account. Neymar's account on Tinder sprang up recently.
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