Tinder appears panic button

the developers of the service for Dating Tinder are going to implement a panic button. If the user date will feel that he is in danger, you can call for help directly from the application.

the panic button works silently. A distress signal will need to confirm the code entry. If the user does not, it will contact emergency services and refer them to place a call to the police. In the United States the new feature will work by the end of the month.

the Owner of Tinder, Match Group implements the “panic button” in conjunction with the service Noonlight, which tracks the location of people and sends this information to the emergency services. “Noonlight not share or sell any data, and we use them only to help you in case of emergency,” he told BuzzFeed News Eddie Baisin, a representative of the Noonlight. He added that if desired, users can disable geolocation at any time.

Later, the panic button will be embedded in other Dating services Match Group, including Plenty of Fish, Match, OkCupid, and Hinge.

Text: To.Hi-tech