Clover is the in-thing when it comes to flirting. Launched since 2014, the dating app shot into prominence in 2020 due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown in most nations across the world.
This technology has made it even easier for new conversations, friendships, and relationships to get started. Like other dating platforms, it helps one to find compatible dates, join live mixers, and build meaningful connections.
But unlike apps like Tinder, Clover has more social elements – elements borrowed from popular social media platforms like Instagram, Twitch, and Facebook. You can “go live” on Clover, earn tokens that can be traded in for cash, join group chats, as well as play games like 20 questions and visit online casino Australia at the same time.
Login & Profile
Clover will ask you your age, body type, and what kind of person as well as what kind of relationship you’re looking for. This is done so that you can find like-minded people who share your own aspirations, rather than matching you with someone that is looking for something completely different. It can get oddly specific, but as most serial daters will know, specificity is the name of the game.
With the sign-in process, you can use either your Facebook login or your Snapchat login. If you don’t have either of those things, you can use your Apple or Google account login. This means your Clover profile doesn’t have to be tied to your social media profile, unlike Tinder. This is great from a privacy perspective. Clover does not, however, have a desktop version of its dating app – it is 100% app.
As with Tinder and a bunch of other dating apps, you can swipe through user profiles on Clover. If you see someone you like, you can click through to their profile and read more about them, check out what they’re interested in, their likes and dislikes. You can also quickly check what kind of relationship they’re looking for as well – it could be a fling, marriage, or a serious relationship.
What is really rather cool, however, is that when you click on a user’s profile and look at their interests, Clover will pull in other profiles that share similar interests, so you can find even more potential matches based on those specific interests. This granular approach to browsing makes it very easy to quickly find a lot of people with specific interests in a short amount of time.
Planning and Organising Dates
Clover has placed dates organization at the core of its app. Inside your profile, you can list out all of your dates (by date), see what dates you have coming up, and even access an entire tab for browsing potential, available dates – these are people that are interested in going on dates. And, of course, Clover has loads of COVID-friendly dating tools built into it.
A premium Clover subscription costs $19.99 for one week, $74.99 for three months, and $119.99 for a year which is pretty expensive. But you do get a week’s trial for free. And most of Clover works without a premium subscription anyway, so it isn’t essential to succeed on the platform. There is also a premium package available on machine à sous to help improve your experience.
Clover Vs Tinder
while Tinder users can only chat with other users once they have both liked each other (and for those of you not on Tinder, you only know if someone liked you once you’ve liked them), Clover shows users everyone who’s liked you, and you can chat with anyone you’d like — for a price. If you want to send a message to someone who you like but who hasn’t liked you back (yet), you have to give up several of your “Clover coins.” Clover users earn “coins” if someone they haven’t liked back yet pays to message them.