What is Tinder? Does it really Work?

Tinder is a location based chatting application that allows the users nearby the location to chat with the other people. This is generally a hookup app. The app requires registration which should be signed up through facebook. It was developed by Mike Wigger in the year 2012. It is now a popular app for meeting new people. The main aim of the Tinder comprises of three things namely Match, Chat and Date. The people of same interest and age are matched automatically by the application and the users can chat and date among themselves. The application is used in 196 countries.

There is a feature of swipe in it which matches the partner. As of October 2014, the application was processed over one billion swipes per day, producing about twelve million matches per day. The average user would generally spend about an hour and a half on the app each day. The application has a premium version for the users to enable all the features and have unlimited usage. The Tinder is available for various platforms such as Android, ios and online website for PC.

Does Tinder Really Work?

The Tinder application works for almost all the users. But it mostly depends upon the location of the users. The Tinder generally has a ratio of more male than female, so if you are a male you are in doubt of getting a partner. In some locations there is a correct ratio of male and female. In the survey it was found that in one billion people over 12 million people were able to find the partners.

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