Drake spoke about them a few years ago. Apparently, it still happens to be a huge issue when it comes to relationships. So much of an issue that they've created an app that allows you to see if your significant other is snooping around on none other than Tinder.
While you have to be extremely adamant and determined to find out if your partner is cheating on you to download an app and continuously swipe until you find their profile, there has been worse scenarios.
I'm a firm believer that apps like these only create confusion in a relationship. Why go around snooping if you have no proof? We've become so caught up in technology that we don't even use our mouths to communicate anymore. Under no circumstances would I download an app to do some serious detective work because in the end, I'm just as wrong as my significant other.
We all know two wrongs don't make a right. Mind you, the site charges you $4.99 for only three swipes -- JUST THREE! What if you don't see your partner's face within those three swipes? Then that just means you wasted both your time and your money. According to Vanity Fair, the sites creator said, "There is too much data about people that people themselves don't know is available." How about instead of searching for something negative, we search for something positive and communicate. Communication is key. Save your five bucks, it's not worth it. The truth will always be revealed.
Would you spend your money to catch a cheating partner?
Does anyone else agree that this is a bit much?