Tinder is most widely known for being an app, but it’s also available online.Tinder lets users swipe on other user profiles: left to pass and right if you’re interested.You’re also asked to decide whether physical appearance is important.
You also answer these questions from the perspective of your ideal mate to ensure you are paired with compatible people.
Along with up to six photos, you can also add more information to your profile about your lifestyle. On top of that, about half of them were an 80 percent match or higher, meaning they are much more likely to be a compatible match.
The most important features, messaging and viewing other profiles, are free and the site is LGBTQ-inclusive.
Our findings are in line with 2016 Consumer Reports data that found users were most satisfied with Ok Cupid over numerous other dating services.
You also have the option to link your other social media accounts so people can see what else you get up to.
The whole setup process took our reviewers about three minutes and was far less comprehensive than sites like e Harmony and Plenty of Fish.
Tinder is location based, with the search radius only goes as high as 100 miles from where you are so you’re going to be looking at people relatively nearby, with matches only showing up if both parties swipe right on each other.
Using Tinder is free but you can upgrade to Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold if you want extra features like unlimited re-dos on profiles you’ve passed up and increasing your visibility on the app.
Tinder's unforgiving approach has made it one of the most popular dating sites available right now and it almost feels like a game while you're doing it.