Instagram’s newest feature lets you make your own “Dramatic Chipmunk”-style video by shooting a stuttered zoom-in, including cinematic sound effects, with a single tap. Superzoom is coming to Instagram Stories on iOS and Android today, alongside an array of spooky Halloween stickers and augmented reality masks.

1. Download and install the app from the iOS App Store or Google Play.

2. Survey users. When you’ve selected the flame icon, Tinder presents user profiles in a stack of photos. Each picture is accompanied with a first name, age, number of shared friends (if you’ve connected to Facebook) and likes you have with them. If you need more information before deciding whether you like someone, you can click the small info icon at the bottom left corner to see more details and pictures on their profile.

4. Manage Notifications. If you want the app to notify you immediately about New Matches, Messages, Message Likes and Super Likes, just tap the notification switch to red. And if you want you ever want deactivate notifications, simply tap the switch back to white. Tinder also provides notification options for In-App Vibrations and In-App Sounds.

4. Write a clever bio. In the About section you have 500 characters to write about what you’re looking for and who you are as a person. If you’re serious about matching, share qualities you find unique.

If Instagram can use the size, money and engineering resources to develop new features faster than Snapchat, it could escape from being pigeonholed as a copy cat. That could let it grow even faster, score more ad views and regain “cool” amongst teens.

5. Break the ice with a sticker. If sending a message out of the blue is awkward for you, select the profile you want to chat with and swipe down. This opens up a series of stickers you can send, like beating hearts, laughing emojis and applauding hands. Gifs are another option.

3. Swipe left to pass, swipe right to match. And if you’re really eager, swipe up to Super Like a profile. An animation will pop up when you’ve successfully matched with someone.

1. Tap the gear-shaped icon to access your Settings. The button is located right under your display photo on the main menu.

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2. Create an account. You can sign up with your Facebook account or phone number. If you go the Facebook route, be aware that Tinder will pull information from your Facebook profile, such as your friends, photos and likes.

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Depending on what you find, you may want to select the Recommend To A Friend or Report buttons at the bottom of their profile. You can find these same buttons contained inside a three-dotted symbol at the top right corner.

6. Other settings include Share Tinder, Help & Support, Community Guidelines, Safety Tips, a Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, Licenses and Delete Account.

If that’s too confusing, colorful icons are available to Unlimited Rewind, Nope, Super Like, Like and Skip The Line (which lets you be the top profile in your area for 30 minutes to get more matches). Note: The Unlimited Rewind and Skip The Line are only accessible to paid subscriptions, so be careful with your swiping if you have a free account.

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Go for Gold: Tinder’s latest premium addition, Tinder Gold, has all the same features you’d find in Tinder Plus, as well as exclusive access to Likes You. This allows subscribers to see who swiped right on them before making a final decision. Tinder Gold memberships range from $6.92 to $14.99 per month depending on your chosen subscription.

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We tested Instagram’s Superzoom and found it easy to use and entertaining. You pick the front- or rear-facing camera, and the targeting reticle makes it simple to line up your shot. Instagram does the rest of the work with a three-stage zoom in with synced-up bold orchestral sound effects.

The app won’t post to Facebook without your permission, so none of your friends need to know you’re on the app if you don’t want them to know.

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9. Hit Done at the top right when you’re satisfied with your profile.

Pursue Plus: With Tinder Plus, members get access to premium features like Rewind if you accidentally reject someone you wanted to match with, or Passport, which lets you match with people anywhere in the world. Other perks includes Boosts and unlimited Super Likes. Tinder Plus memberships range from $4.58  to $9.99 per month depending on your chosen subscription, but this pricing is only available for users under the age of 28. Users over 28 are charged $19.99 per month.

4. Send a Message. After you’ve matched with someone, you can start chatting. Select the chat bubble icon that’s to the right of the flame one to see all your matches. You can only talk with people you like who’ve liked you too. There’s a search button you can use to find a person if you have a lot of matches.

1. Alternate between tabs. At the top of the main menu lie person and flame-shaped icons. The flame takes you to your potential matches, while the person icon takes you back to your customizable profile.

As for the Halloween features, you’ll see the expected array of pumpkin and candy corn stickers. The AR masks play with light in interesting ways, from putting a creepy flashlight on your face in the dark, shrouding you in fog or putting you on night-vision camera. There also are vampire fangs and zombie make-up selfie filters to play with. They’re all a bit more palatable and predictable than Snapchat’s Halloween masks that give you a floating banshee body, bloody ghoul strobe effect or some kind of beach Frankenstein look.

With nearly 1.7 billion swipes (passes or likes) and 26 million matches a day, Tinder has overtaken the likes of OKCupid and as the go-to dating service. The location-based app for iOS and Android serves up matches close by to make it easier to meet someone in your area. It also taps into your Facebook account.

Dating is intimidating enough without having to struggle with an app’s instructions. So here’s how you can use Tinder to find a match.

7. Identify yourself how you want. If “Man” or “Woman” doesn’t fit your identity, Tinder provides an I Am feature where you can select from various gender options or type one in manually. Or you can turn off the “Show my gender on my profile” feature as a whole.

2. Adjust your Discover Settings. You get a say in who shows up in your Tinder matches. In the Discovery Settings section, users can update their location, maximum distance for potential swipes, desired gender and age range. There’s also a “Show me on Tinder” option you can turn on and off so you can enter or leave the card stack at will.

5. Add in other details. You have the option to share your Job Title, Company and School.

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7. Unmatch when needed. Sometimes you’ll come across a not-so-great person on Tinder. If your conversation goes sour or you just change your mind, you can cancel your match by selecting the profile in the chat feature and tapping the flag icon, followed by the Unmatch button. Under that same icon is a Report button for users that violate the Tinder Terms of Service.

While signing up on Tinder, you’ll need to fill out basic information about yourself, including your name, gender, location and age. Tinder will also ask you to upload your “best photo” to set as a display picture, which will help you get matches.

What about Instagram allowing licensed music soundtracks or a sound board for adding effects to your videos? Sood says, “We’re excited about the opportunity to add more sound and music options to Instagram’s camera so users can share even richer experiences with their friends. While we have no plans to share right now, we’ll be listening to our community for feedback on Superzoom to learn and improve.”

When you’re on someone’s profile, an X, star and heart are visible at the bottom of your screen. Selecting the X rejects the account you’re viewing, while the star signifies “Super Like” and the heart signifies a regular “Like.”

6. Integrate with other apps. Tinder lets you connect your account to Instagram and Spotify. When connected, your Instagram photos will be on display, as well as My Anthem, a song you add to your profile from Spotify that will play for a few seconds. A My Top Spotify Artists section will also include info if you choose to link to your Spotify account.

It’d be great if there were more sound effects to choose from for Superzoom, and an Instagram spokesperson tells us “We would love to explore more options for music and sound, but we don’t have any concrete plans to share right now.” With just the one musical style that can get a bit old, I expect Superzoom to become a solid arrow in creators’ quivers, and it will surely be a fad for a few days. But it doesn’t have the same open-ended potential of Boomerang — which Snapchat has still yet to copy.

3. Claim your ID. Tinder offers a Web Profile setting where you can claim a username that will be viewable by the public. You don’t have to get selective with this feature since Tinder will let you change your username to a new one at any time.

8. Hide details about yourself. Tinder also provides Don’t Show My Age and Don’t Show My Distance features, however those can only be accessed by Tinder Plus subscribers.

Superzoom joins Instagram’s Boomerang GIFs, Hyperlapse time-lapse and Layout collages amongst its tool kit of extra camera effects. As Instagram battles Snapchat for users, and both now have AR masks, each is looking for new effects that will inspire creativity and tip the balance as people choose between the competing apps. You can watch our hands-on video below.

5. Access your purchases. Tinder has monthly subscriptions for users who want enhanced features like Unlimited Right Swipes or Hide Ads. (Tinder Plus starts at $9.99 a month or $19.99 a month, depending on your age.) Regardless of which membership level you get, you can access your in-app purchases on different devices by selecting Restore Purchases.

6. Show your support. Tinder allows you to like messages with a green heart to let your match know they’re on the right track.

Tinder issues verified accounts to public figures, but your chances of getting matched with Leonardo DiCaprio or Angelina Jolie are slim since there’s an exclusive Tinder Select app for the rich and famous.

1. To glance at your profile as is, select your display photo on the main menu.

Note: Free accounts have a limit of 100 likes every 12 hours.

2. Change your profile as needed by selecting the pencil-shaped icon to Edit Info. This button will also be located right under your display photo. You can find another Edit Info button if you scroll to the bottom of your profile.

Those users were probably taking inspiration from the classic dramatic chipmunk meme, but also Viners like Sarah Schauer, who popularized the comedic effect a few years ago.

How did Instagram come up with Superzoom? “Our users,” product manager Jyoti Sood told us. “Time and time again, we have seen people using Instagram’s camera to zoom in on their friends to capture and create funny moments. We wanted to make it easier for them to do that in our camera while also offering a playful new touch with sound.”

The videos last three seconds, but you can hold down the shutter button longer to extend them up to 15 seconds, lingering with a slow final zoom on your subject. It’s great for catching people candidly, or turning a selfie into something much more grandiose and hilarious. And Instagram confirms to me that special stabilization tech allows it to keep the frame steadier than you could do manually. You can post the videos to your Story, Instagram Direct or save them to your camera roll for posting to Instagram’s feed or elsewhere.

3. Manage your photos. Tinder lets you upload six photos total. The first photo will be used as your display picture. If you’re indecisive about which photo to use, Tinder has a Smart Photos feature you can turn on, which “continuously tests all your profile photos and picks the best one to show first.”

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