Tinder was first rolled out in 2012 which simply served one purpose: helping you to find a date. Since then, it has become a popular app with nearly 10 million users, 26 million matches and more than 1.4 billion swipes per day.
What is Tinder?
Tinder is an app which was based on dating platform. It enables you to build a profile, then swipe left if you don’t like someone and swipe right if it’s the one you’re interested in. You can also chat with people who like you back.
Besides, the app offers other features such as Super Like photo of some individual, Tinder Plus, group settings, etc.
How to sign up?
To create a Tinder account, you can either use your phone number or your Facebook account. If you select to sync with Facebook account, your Tinder profile will draw your photos from your Facebook profile. Changing another picture is always possible.
How does Tinder work?
The app offers three different screens. The first one is your profile where you are able to change your photo, profile description as well as your settings.
In terms of settings section, you can select to buy Tinder Plus, alter your location (available in Tinder Plus only) or the distance you’re able to go to have a date, the gender, the age range and even the decision to show or hide your profile on Tender. Besides, other features include the option to allow swiping with friends, settings of notification, sharing account, etc.
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The next screen is the main screen where enables swiping left or right to match someone. Here, you can rewind a profile in case you swiped too fast or skip the line and become the top profile for 30 minutes in order to have more matches. These two features are offered on Tinder Plus only. Rather than that, with free app, user can imitate Super Like someone’s profile. This screen is also where you can access your groups section.
The final screen is for chatting which displays all of your matched conversations. Simply tapping to open a conversation. You can search your matches at the top of the screen as well.