Speed Up Your Love Connection With ‘Uber for Tinder,’ an April Fools’ Gag That Could Actually Exist

Swipe right, then call a car to meet

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The best April Fools' Day gag products are the ones that leave you wondering why it's not already a real thing.

That's definitely the case with Tinder for Uber (and its partner site, Uber for Tinder), a partnership between two of the moment's most popular mobile apps.

The supposed service lets you swipe your way to a romantic rendezvous by finding a match on Tinder, and then you and your date can book Uber rides to go meet in the middle. I'm sure there are already affair-planning sites that offer something similar, though for the sake of my search history and my marriage, I'm not going to Google that one. 

Wondering what other brands are doing for April Fools'? Here's a giant roundup of today's best hoaxes.


@griner david.griner@adweek.com David Griner is creative and innovation editor at Adweek and host of Adweek's podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."