A dating app where you have to like three separate aspects of the person's profile showed to you independently for it to be counted as a general like for that person.
How it works: Different parts of people's profiles are presented to you separately, for example, an app might show you picture(s) of another user, you get to like it or not, then it shows a favorite song from someone's profile (it might be the same person whose picture you just saw, but might be from some other profile, you don't know this), you also swipe either left or right on it, then it shows you a list of someone's favorite hobbies and this continues. Once you collect three likes on the separate aspects from the same person's profile, you match with them.
Massive dating apps like tinder are so crammed with people and superficial profiles that nobody takes anything seriously there, it's more like browsing social media for fun than searching for someone to meet. The majority of people don't bother to put more than pictures and a few words on their profile. People rarely read more, if anything, anyway.
The proposed system would make people take matching a bit more seriously and using dating apps a bit less of a time waste. It also adds an additional gamification element to the experience.
With a proposed system in place, the users registering on the app would have to fill at least three separate sections of their profile to be able to match with someone. The ones swiping would be forced to pay attention not only to the pictures but other aspects defining the person as well. This also removes bias when even though you saw the entire profile and don't quite like the rest apart from the pictures, you disregard this, because of placing emphasis on the looks.
Important things to note: To make you match with someone fast enough and not prolong the swiping too much, once you liked a certain part of someone's profile, the app would soon display you another part of their profile, but not instantly, the algorithm should be smart enough for you not to guess the pattern.
The users should perhaps be allowed to choose which parts of others' profiles they get to swipe upon.