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One of the hardest parts of dating has always been getting up the nerve to hit on someone you see often, but don't know—like the guy on the other side of the bar.
Tinder says it might soon have a fix for that specific issue: The dating app is testing a new feature aimed at connecting people who like to hang out in the same bars, restaurants, and other public places.
"Our goal is to create more genuine connections and higher quality conversations," Samantha Stevens, Tinder's director of location products said in a statement, referring to Places.
Chris Cox, Facebook’s chief product officer, also stressed that Facebook's new dating feature is designed to facilitate meaningful connections, when it was announced earlier this month.
Places will be entirely opt-in, and uses location data partially gleamed from a collaboration between Tinder and Foursquare.We all know Tinder is notorious for being one of the best sex apps out there, but it isn’t the only one.Here’s our full edit of the best sex apps to help you find the ideal Netflix and chill buddy, or to practice the best kamasutra sex positions with.You might, for example find yourself having to explain to a match that you just went to that restaurant once, but now it's popping up on Places.It could also be just as shallow as what people already put in their bios; a shared affinity for tacos isn't necessarily enough to build a meaningful relationship.