The apps have different designs and interfaces, but they all try to get you your dream date.
One might get confused when selecting one but don’t worry, this list will give you information that will guide you in making a choice.
Also, the whole swiping business is kind of iffy, because it’s dangerously easy to accidentally swipe right (or up) on a match you want (“OMG what did I just do?! Best for: Expanding your social network, finding chat buddies and ehh…casual hookups?
Let’s put it this way – you’re probably not going to find your soulmate on Tinder, but at least you’ll score a few dates.
If a person you’ve expressed interest in has also swiped right on your profile, you’ll be able to chat with that person (and presumably find love).
There’s also a Super Like function (swipe upwards), where you can let someone know you’re interested in them even they make a decision about your profile.
Users who both swipe right to "like" their potential matches are then able to contact each other.
Known as Tinder Plus, the new premium service has subscription fees varying by age and country.
Perhaps you are interested in finding a partner, but your busy schedule doesn’t allow you that much time for dating?
In the United States, users under 30 will pay US.99 (S.62) a month and older subscribers US.99.
Meanwhile, in the United Kingdom, users may end up paying almost four times the US price, with those under 28 paying £3.99 (S.36) for the service.
Are you an introvert who wants to connect, but you’re not big on socializing in bars and clubs?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you need to check out Internet dating.