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The settings tab allows you to choose whether you want to be matched with men or women or both, how far away you are willing to search (i.e. Pictures of potential suitors pop up on your screen one by one along with their ages (your age is also pulled from your Facebook profile), and whether you have Facebook friends or mutual interests in common.
10 miles or 50 miles from your current location), and your preferred age range. You can see more information about them by tapping the “I” button underneath or simply tapping on the photo.
Celebrities are joining Tinder along with the millions of other daters downloading the app.
“Mobile phones have become an extension of who we are,” he tells The Huffington Post.
“They are arguably the most intimate possession that we have.” Tinder offers a simple way to meet people online.
As The Huffington Post noted, Tinder has become so popular “it is now a verb.” Part of its appeal is the fact that Tinder is not a lonely endeavor like online dating can be, where you sit in front of a computer sorting through profiles and creating your own.
In fact, most people use Tinder with their friends in social settings, so when you’re meeting friends for a drink chances are one or more of you is logging in. Unfortunately, Tinder doesn’t take into account your Facebook relationship status.
Lots of people having the same problem, inexplicably, appears to be some problem with the software.
Some have had success installing previous version of Tinder (don't know where to get it though, and not sure it's safe) then updating to new version once they get signed up.
1 hour or 2 days ago), as well as an “about” section where people can leave a little information about themselves (or not much at all besides “hi”).
If you have common interests or friends on Facebook, those will appear below the photos.
They really should make it a simple process to cancel and they should NOT impose a continuous payment method unless it is intentional that they mean to rip you off for a few months after you attempt to cancel. Then I felt under pressure again then I think this not for me.