There is a 'pending' section for females that shows the guys they've swiped right on who are yet to make a decision.
Tinder's rival, Bumble, was created in 2014 with the intention of addressing the problem of 'ghosting', and was marketed as the first 'female-friendly' dating app.
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A new dating app has launched in the UK that aims to put women in complete control by allowing only them to browse and swipe – anonymously.
You browse photos and if you're interested, you swipe right - if you're not, you swipe left.
Once matched, there are two icons above your messages that the man and woman can click on to reveal that they intend to date or hook up with the other person.
This intention is then only revealed if both users have mutually clicked on the same option.
Director Tom Buzzard told Mail Online: 'A well-known trick that many men use is to swipe right on everyone they come across just to see who has 'liked' them.'They're playing a brutal numbers game: The thinking is that the more darts you throw the more that are bound to hit the board.
It can also be an ego boost for some men.'This can be very frustrating for women, who are pickier about who they match with and take time to read profiles, since many men they are paired are not replying to their messages.'They're fed up with getting "ghosted" - because it wasn't a genuine match, or the men have many matches and no time to respond.'By allowing only the women to browse, Reveal prevents this and provides women with better chances of finding a meaningful relationship.'It is also the only app on the market where females are initially invisible.