I’m sure Tinder is working on this or they probably have had it fixed already but it’s usually annoying when you see profiles you aren’t interested in.
According to Tinder, since the app launched it has had over 15 billion swipes and around 3 million matches happen every day.
This saves a lot of time for people who want to avoid a long-distance relationship or a relationship with a specific age range.
It is a dating app that finds people based on their locations.Upon download and registration, it links to your Facebook account where it pulls your bio data.This is where you get to ask all the questions you want and also introduce yourself.At this stage everything else pretty much depends on you and you can both decide to take your conversation off tinder and unto another platform or even set a time and a place to meet physically.When you select yes for someone’s profile and that person also selects yes on seeing your profile, then you have a Tinder match.
You both then have the option to have a private conversation.
Another great thing about Tinder is that it helps you find a partner relatively easy if you are gay or bisexual because you can actually put that in your search criteria.
We all know how difficult it is to find people who have the same sexual inclinations as you do if you are gay or lesbian so Tinder makes it easier. Sure, there are options to pay for more likes but hey, that’s just greedy!
You should be able to get by with only one “Super-Like” and a load of regular “Likes” each day… Tinder is also so easy to use that it’s almost a but of a game swiping left or right on hundreds of profiles in one sitting.
Part of the draw to the app is it’s simplicity and it’s one of the reasons that it’s my favourite app of them all.
This saves you from the ‘catfishes’ on the internet who pose to be something or someone they are not.