This was previously not possible, as rejected profiles would simply not appear again.Companion apps have been developed to provide different actions or mechanisms to accomplish Tinder's swipe function.Yabushita Yoriko, a 29-year-old economics expert who holds a Masters degree from University of Tokyo and works in the field of macroeconomics research, is rigid and refuses to pander to others.As she aims to get married by 30, she registers at a marriage agency in order to find a partner.Candidates who are most likely to be compatible based on geographical location, number of mutual friends, and common interests are streamed into a list of matches.
Boost allows users to make their profile the most visible profile in their area for thirty minutes, showing such profiles first to other nearby users.
On the other hand, 35 year old Taniguchi Takumi is a jobless man who depends on his mother for a living while being absorbed in the world of literature, arts, music and entertainment.
He regards himself as a educated idler and decides to register at the same marriage agency as Yoriko in order to find a rich woman who he can depend on for a living if his mother is no longer around.
Users can, for example, use companion apps to have their heart rate determine which direction to swipe, instead of swiping with their fingers.
Instead of swiping right, a user must swipe up or tap a blue star icon to Super Like a displayed profile.