We call it the Wingman Approach, a strong focus on you and your wingman. Your wingman is your challenger here who “dares” you to go on a date or do something. So that was how from a “wingman” who “dares” … Continued
Social Points are our social currency in the Wingder Community. The more Social Points someone has, the more reliable that person is. We ask your matches to reward you with Social Points once our algorithm decides they know you already … Continued
No, Wingder is designed to foster the relationships between people, not to make them replacable. For people it should be an honor to apply for the position as your wingman. There is just one right candidate qualified enough to be … Continued
At any time you are able to change your wingman, and with every change, your profile also gets reset. If you decide not to proceed with your current Wingman/Leader you simply can unpair with your current wingman by going to … Continued
Yes, we use Facebook to make sure you are matched with real people who share similar interests and mutual friends. Wingder will never post anything to your Facebook.
Although we look very similar and work in much the same way like other famous Dating Apps such as Tinder, OkCupid etc., there is a catch with Wingder: it is a multiplayer game! We believe, that the whole mindset changes … Continued
As the Leader of a team you are priviliged to specify an age range, distance and whether you want to see men, women, mixed teams or everyone, but that’s all you can tweak in the Settings menu (tap the icon … Continued
You can report abuse or complain about other Wingder members by contacting the company and outlining your problem. Within a chat or someone’s profile you can also select the ‘Block & Report’ link.
No. Connections appear only when both parties have liked each other. If you like someone and a connection doesn’t appear, it’s possible that they’re not interested, or perhaps they just haven’t opened the app. A few hundred swipes later and … Continued
Make sure your pictures are in a public album or at least visible to your friends (not you only) on Facebook. You can also try moving your photos to a different album on Facebook.