We would never intentionally notify your friends or post on your timeline or anything crazy like that. Other info like current city, hometown, likes, interests, and education are things we use to match you more effectively, but we can only get this information if you grant us the permissions on Facebook. The League is designed to cater to people who want privacy and control over who can view their dating profile.But pulling up a profile (like this one, which Jimmy Fallon and the staff of (The Tonight Show) You get to see all their pictures, how close they are to you, how recently they logged in, and a short "about me" section.If you share friends or likes on Facebook, you see that, too.But you can't scroll through them — you have to click the heart (to like them) or the X (to pass) on the profile at the top before you can move on.
For now, it's much less popular than Tinder, but dominant social networks have been dislodged before, and Hinge's focus on making connections through people you already know could win out.
That's a pretty rosy assessment, but the analogy is not all wrong.
We also use it to show your mutual connections, build your profile, and verify users are who they claim they are.
We don’t have access to any of your contacts nor their email addresses and we don’t email or notify any of them that you’ve signed up for The League.
You can also swipe through any photos he's uploaded; users also have the option of adding a short "about me" section.