April Fools’ Day has come and gone, and that means you can now trust what companies post on social media. As always, some companies get crafty in their pranks. Here’s a few of them. 


Each week Spotify does a “Discover Weekly” playlist that compiles songs from various genres and pulls them into one playlist. Spotify decided to throw a curveball and give us a “Discover Weekly,” all disco all the time. It definitely was a welcome surprise to listen to.


Duolingo is an app that helps its users learn new languages by sending push notifications. For April Fools’ Day,  the app decided to take that a step further by introducing its logo to “follow you” around all day to remind you to practice. It also doesn’t help that the bird has three different moods — encouraging, disappointed and passive aggressive — that you wouldn’t

want to see from a giant bird that follows you around all day.


The company teased a new feature of adding a badge that would commemorate people by listing their actual height. Tinder said, “We’re expecting to see a huge decline in the 80 percent of males on Tinder who are claiming that they are well over 6 feet. That’s fine by us — as long as we’re all living our truths.”