1. The addition of job and education detail in your profile, which shows perspective hook-ups where you work and went to college. Cool!
2. A new messaging interface that looks less Tinder-ish and more Facebook-ish! Neat!
3. An enhanced algorithm to drive more compatible matches together in sweet harmony. Alright!
One feature that seems especially un-Tinder-like is aforementioned "Smart Profile" feature, which will "dynamically highlight the information most relevant to you about your potential match." Sounds all pretty and nice, except Tinder's precious trademark anonymity is lost in the abyss with... **shudder** commonalities.
One feature that's somewhat exciting is the new "Super Like," which apparently triples your chance of talking to someone. Basically, users are alerted with "a bright blue footer and star icon" which lets them know that you super *duper* like them. The downside? You only get one a day. Or... is that the upside? Anyway, the algorithm change seems promising, but you gotta wonder if an app designed for semi-anonymous sex is going to benefit from losing its veil of anonymity.