Tinder often tests new products in Australia first before going live globally, and Tinder Boost is no different.
Australian Tinder users will have access to Tinder Boost soon, while other markets will have to wait until Tinder launches the finalized product. Just as much as Tinder is using Australia to test the product itself, the company is likely also going to be testing pricing.
Fridays – is a bit late for Friday night dates but may still get some matches for Saturday dates, but as for Tinder Boosting is it really worth it? well actually yes, the girls who don’t have plans will be on Tinder to make themselves feel better that they didn’t have a date.
Nope, it’s all down the the time you’re using your dating apps.
And lucky us, Nielsen‘s done some fancy research to get data on those peak times, discovering the times when the most people are on Tinder and OKCupid, and the periods where those people spend the most time on the apps – meaning they’re actually swiping, not just opening up Tinder to have a quick check of their messages. The peak time for both the number of people on both Tinder and OKCupid, AND the peak time for when those people spent the longest time on the apps, was between 9 and 10pm. Tinder sees a rise in minutes spent on the app at around 1pm, when users are probably bored at lunch.
There are a lot of different factors that can effect your boost match results but from my trials and my friends feedback Thursday at 7pm is the best bang for your buck – so to speak 😉 Clicking on the graph will open the huffington post article in a new tab. Tinder Hacks – If you are reading this then you are champions that will improve yourself.
I have an article on Tinder Hacks Seriously try it, Thursday is the best day for boost, and pm-pm on Tursday is a magic hour in the week.