Tinder is an online dating and
dating app. It allows users to contact
potential matches based on their geographic location. Basically, the app is designed
for use on smartphones, and users can choose potential matches they want to
interact with, liking or disliking. Users can upload their photos and write a short bio about
themselves while creating their own profile. Also, some filters can be selected to set preferences
such as gender, age range, and geographic location. The app offers potential
matches based on the user's geographic location. These matches can be based on
user-specified filters and location-based other users. Users can mark the
profile with "Like" by swiping to the right, or "Reject" by
swiping the profile they don't like. If two users like each other, a match will occur and
these two people can message each other. Matched users can message each other
within the app and get to know each other better.
Who Can Use the Tinder App?