Bonfire App for Tinder: Pros and Cons
The Bonfire app for Tinder has been described as “Tinder on steroids”.
This app allows you to do one “Like All” click that saves you swiping one by one, and that gets a lot of people excited (frat boys may even pray to the Bonfire gods).
Plus, Bonfire allows you to view all of your swipe history, likes and passes, so an accidental swipe can be reversed. The “Auto Liker” function works in the background to find matches even when the app isn’t active.
Although, with all it’s perks, there have been many reported glitches from this app. And, when it comes to online dating, you don’t want to be playing with fire by getting it wrong.
Here’s a pros and cons list of the the Bonfire app for Tinder:
To get started with Bonfire, simply download the app from the app store. Once you download it, you can start using it by logging in with the same details that you use to access Facebook.
The interactive interface is so easy to navigate that you won’t need any special skills to work your way around the app’s functions.
- Liking up to 100 people per day
- Connected to Facebook – helps see which friends are using the app
- Being able to change your location to see people from different countries and cities
- Filtering out Tinder bots offering those “webcam sessions”
- Having your swipe history accessible – to see who you’ve swiped or to reverse a mistake
- Price: The app is free until you reach 100 likes – after that it’s $10
- Your device has to always be connected to the Internet for automated liking to work
- Some bugs: there’s been reports of the automated like function not working
- You could accidentally like your ex or a relative? (It’s happened!)
So what’s the general consensus? Bonfire could be great if used effectively and if the user doesn’t come across any glitches. Some reviews online indicate that other third party Tinder apps, such as Flame, work a lot better.
Having the option to trial the app for free before reaching 100 likes means you can try it out for yourself without any commitment.