Everyone you like will see that you liked them and you will see everyone that likes you. Other dating apps like Tinder have tried to eliminate outright rejection from the equation by making it a mutual ‘like.’ But Clover has no such qualms.

After many reported disastrous results of finding ‘the one’ on Tinder and its ilk, it’s become clear that Tinder has turned into a hookup app.

If you want to hookup with someone instantly, login to Tinder.

That seems to be the unspoken conclusion most singles have come to after trying Tinder.

Clover dating app seems to be making a go at Tinder, by taking a swing at Tinder’s few barriers.

Clover needs a user to sign up using their Facebook accounts, from which the app pulls pictures and about me section, that become your profile pictures and short bio respectively.

Based on location radius and the age you have keyed in, profiles of matches are available for you to swipe through.

Below every picture, there is a pink heart to like another user, or a blue ‘x’ to pass them.

Unlike other dating apps where a ‘like’ is revealed only if it is mutual, Clover dating app reveals your likes to another user, even if they haven’t liked you back.

Or, you could leave them as is in your feed to come back later.