Over the past couple decades, online dating has revolutionized the game. You no longer have to hit on people at bars and get rejected face-to-face.
You can now carefully construct your virtual profile with coy details and selfies taken at the perfect angle, and you can look for someone who matches your preferences, then ping him or her a brief message and wait for a response.
What is Tinder/tyinder?
This Tinder Online demo seems to do a pretty good job at summarizing what the famous dating app is all about.
Check it out below. Ultimately, Tinder launched in 2012, and it’s a social app that facilitates romantic communication between mutually interested users.
Members swipe left or right to ‘like’ or ‘dislike’ photos of other users and potentially match with them. Chatting on Tinder is only available between two users who have swiped right on one another’s photos and therefore matched. As of 2021, Tinder/Tyinder is registering about 1.6 billion “swipes” per day and producing about one million in-person dates per week.
Where is Tyinder/tinder Available?
Tinder is available in more than 190 countries around the globe, though it’s not the most popular dating app available. London-based Badoo is the top dating app across 21 of the world’s biggest countries, according to data released by App Annie to the BBC, with Tinder topping the charts at 18.
How Do You Sign Up for Tinder?
Ready to join Tinder? Follow these steps:
- Download the Tinder mobile app on your Android or iOS device. It’s free to download. However, some features cost money to use.
- Login with Facebook. You therefore need a Facebook account, but Tinder won’t ever post to your Facebook.
- Grant access to your device location.
And that’s it.
How does Tyinder/Tinder work?
Once you download and join Tinder, follow these steps to master the app:
- Set up profile
- When you open Tinder/Tyinder for the first time, you’ll want to set up your profile before you begin swiping.
- Tap the Profile icon at the top of the screen (in the nav bar) to access the Profile screen.
- You’ll see a pencil button on your Profile screen.
- Click it to access the Edit Profile screen and add your profile photo (the first photo of you that people will see when swiping) as well as other photos (people can tap on your profile to see more photos beyond your profile one) from your camera roll.
- When adding photos, you’ll be able to select a Smart Photos option that tests all your photos and picks the best one to show first.
- Beneath the photos area on the Edit Profile screen, you can add details about yourself, including where you work and where you went to school.
Top 20 GIFs on Tyinder/Tinder
But Tinder has taken this now-normal process and twisted it a little by adding one key gesture: swipes. Now, when looking for someone to ask out, you’re literally swiping through an endless bucket of selfies that the app surfaces on your screen. These selfies are of real people located near you.
With a quick swipe to the left, you can reject them, or with a swipe to the right, you can ‘like’ them, and hopefully match and send them a message.
It sounds simple, but that gesture has catapulted online dating into the mainstream norm, where now you’d be hard-pressed to find a single person who hasn’t at least tried using Tinder to find a date.
If you’re new to the dating scene and want to try Tinder, here’s you get to know a brief about it.