To sum up, the profiles on Tinder are verified; it shows your mutual friends from Facebook and lets you choose people from various town/cities. It’s called the ‘Matchmaking app for singles’ and largely works on matching people based on their interests.
Unlike the dating apps that we talked about previously, you don’t necessarily need to reject people, you can like them using the ‘heart’ icon; message them to find out more about them or simply move on to another person by swiping right.
It shows you both men and women to choose from in its settings.
Apart from these, Tinder also offers general settings like limiting the search distance or age. It comes with a monthly subscription of Then again, there’s an option to ‘Unmatch’ with people or discontinue talking to them if you realise mid-way that you don’t like them. I, however, encountered a little problem while using Tinder, which could have been a technical glitch or maybe the app has been designed that way.
It is unlikely that you missed the ‘boy browsing’ ad of Truly Madly on TV or the Woo ad that says ‘Find magic, Find love’. I used four top dating apps over a week and based on my experience, here’s what I have to say: Truly Madly Since you have already made up your mind to date online, why not do it the most ‘fun’ way.
Worry not, if you do not want to disclose your location, for there’s Tinder Plus for that. It logged me out on several occasions where there was no net connectivity.
This is a problem for me because I use my smartphone to remain logged in to various social networking platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc and that is the whole purpose of a personalised phone, that you don’t need to log out every time you are not using a particular app.
You can edit age range, height, state or city and the app will stick to your preferences by showing people from only that city or state and of that age, height that you choose.
The app is designed in such a way that you can only see the names of those you choose to select and for the rest, only ‘xxx’ appears instead of name.