Most dating sites will ask you lots of questions about yourself and attempt to find other people who will be compatible with you. There's usually lots of questions to answer and a period of data matching that has to take place before you and your potential matches can get to know each other. If you're looking for a dating app that leaves a little more to chance and allows you to determine compatibility for yourself, you should give Tinder a try.
I'll tell you about what Tinder is and how it works. Now let's get started. So what exactly is Tinder? Tinder is a mobile dating app. It links to your Facebook account, so you don't have to type in tons of information when you create your profile. Don't worry making a Tinder account does not allow them to post anything on your Facebook profile.
Tinder is an app that is created to meet people. People use this both for dating and just to meet people in the area. It can be very useful, but it could also be very dangerous because you are talking to some strangers that you don't know and you can potentially get in big trouble for it if you decide to meet them.
After downloading the app, you can sign up for Tinder for free through your Facebook account. Tinder will pull your basic information from your Facebook profile, like your first name and your age. You can spruce up your profile with more information and photos of yourself based on the information you put in your profile.
Tinder will show you profiles of people you might want to match with. Swipe right to like their profile or swipe left to ignore them. If you and another user like each other's profiles, you'll be able to send each other messages. If you hit it off, you may be able to arrange to meet up in person. That's it for our quick intro to the Tinder app.
So first thing that we're going to do now that we have the app open, is we're going to hit the three lines at the top. You'll have your menu over here and we're going to go to settings. Now, I left the default settings on there, so it says that I'm a female and it shows the distance that you can search for someone.
Hey guys. So today I'm going to show you all the benefits of getting Tinder plus at the moment, I think it costs you around $10 for the month or $5 a month for six months. So it's quite expensive, will extremely expensive for an app, in my opinion. But anyway, I'm going to show you, if you do decide to go with it, what you're going to get out of it.
So the first benefit from Tinder plus is the boost option. And what they claim they do is that when you select it, you have 30 minutes. In which your profile is shown at the top of the list or the bunch of profiles to everyone in your proximity.
And they also claim that it works more effectively the more you swipe. Which I have found to be true, and I'll make another video showing you exactly how to boost option works, then you have unlimited rights wipes with a normal Tinder, I think you have a hundred approximately rights wipes, and here you have an unlimited option, which is beneficial, especially for you Tinder addicts.
And what I have found that Tinder does is that with the normal version of Tinder, once you run out of lights, they show you the hardest profile available. And they do this just to try to get you to actually go to Tinder plus and get unlimited likes, swipe. And once you do actually purchase it, all the girls after that are very average or below average.
They do the same thing with, uh, down here with your super likes. So once I use out my super likes, all the Hawker, I'll start showing up. And uh, as soon as I do get my super likes back again, after 12 or 24 hours, they will disappear. Yup. Good algorithm by Tinder. I guess the next option is you can control who sees you.
If you don't want people knowing you're on Tinder, you can select only people I've liked. That means once you've liked them, that your profile will actually show up on 'em on their Tinder as well. With standard, everyone sees your profile even if you haven't seen them yet, for example. Then you have the passport function, which lets you change your location.