Tinder - Dating & Make Friends

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Rated 3.8198 From 15,594 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2020-09-18
  • New version: 11.24.1
  • File size: 161.04 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Tinder - Dating & Make Friends

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Tinder - Dating & Make Friends is an iPhone and Android Lifestyle App, made by Tinder Inc.. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Tinder Inc., with the latest current version being 11.24.1 which was officially released on 2020-09-18. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 15,594 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 3.8198 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

With 30 billion matches to date, Tinder® is the world’s most popular app for meeting new people. Think of us as your most dependable wingmate—wherever you go, we’ll be there. If you’re here to meet new people, expand your social network, meet locals when you’re traveling, or just live in the now, you’ve come to the right place. We’re called “the world’s hottest app” for a reason: we spark more than 26 million matches per day. How many dating apps do that? Match. Chat. Date. Tinder is easy and fun—use the Swipe Right™ feature to Like someone, use the Swipe Left™ feature to pass. If someone likes you back, It’s a Match! We invented the double opt-in so that two people will only match when there’s a mutual interest. No stress. No rejection. Just tap through the profiles you’re interested in, chat online with your matches, then step away from your phone, meet up in the real world and spark something new. Now, let’s get started. And remember, when in doubt, give a Swipe Right™. Trust us, the more options you have, the better-looking life becomes. Welcome to Tinder—the largest, hottest community of singles in the world. Don’t be shy, come on over. MORE FEATURES? THAT’S A PLUS Upgrade to Tinder Plus® for premium features, including: Unlimited Likes so you can use the Swipe Right feature to your heart’s content, Passport to chat with singles anywhere around the world, Rewind to give someone a second chance, one free Boost per month to be the top profile in your area for 30 minutes, and additional Super Likes to stand out from the crowd. GET THE GOLD TREATMENT Upgrade to Tinder Gold™ for a first-class experience: Passport, Rewind, Unlimited Likes, five Super Likes per day, one Boost per month, and more profile controls. But wait, it gets better. Save time and aimless searching with our Likes You feature, which lets you see who likes you. Think of it as your personal Tinder concierge—available 24/7—bringing all of your pending matches to you. Now you can sit back, enjoy a fine cocktail, and browse through profiles at your leisure. Goodbye search fatigue. Hello #GoldLife ----------------------------------- If you choose to purchase Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current Tinder Plus subscription price starts at $9.99 USD/month, and one-month, 6-month and 12-month packages are available. Current Tinder Gold subscription price starts at $14.99 USD/month, and one-month, 6-month and 12-month packages are available. Prices are in U.S. dollars, may vary in countries other than the U.S. and are subject to change without notice. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. If you don’t choose to purchase Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold, you can simply continue using Tinder for free. All photos are of models and used for illustrative purposes only.

Top Reviews

  • Disappointed

    By none Ya17
    They don’t follow their own terms Of agreement. It’s not my fault their structure as to being able access your account once your number change, is poor. They banned my account after it Was suggested to reply To their email with “delete” . Since their no other way to Even access with their options to use your email. To only be re-routed to a number you no Longer Have access To. After following their instructions they said my account was banned. I read their terms and I have not by any means went against those Terms of agreement. This was an issue before years ago and I was told To delete the account and I was not banned then. Thought it wouldn’t be a problem now. Since again their structure is poor. I sent emails And they stop responding. No wonder they don’t have a physical number so they can address their real Flaws. I’m Deeply Disappointed and I can no longer Suggest anyone to use their site. Despite The fact FOR YEARS, I seen people solicit sex On their site. Looking for partner particularly For their fetishes. Those Accounts Should be banned and if they were they shouldn’t pop up on my Timeline of swiping . When it’s Clear as Day in their bio and sometimes with explicit pictures. Also there are people using this site with multiple accounts. When I unmatch them, I come across another account of there’s when swiping.
  • Disgusted.

    By kathm22
    I was banned from Tinder for expressing my political views in a conversation with someone who had opposing views. I said one thing, which was in no way threatening, degrading, or rude, and was banned almost immediately. For context, the guy had a picture of him in a MAGA hat, so clearly his views aren't the issue for Tinder. Banning me because of this interaction (I hadn't used Tinder in weeks before this, so there's no other reason I can see) is not only despicable, but also a direct violation of my rights. Not to mention when I was being harassed by another user (who even threatened to dox me), they did nothing, yet I'm banned for stating my beliefs? Do better Tinder. Also, the fact that you don't have an appeals process is messed up, and leads me to wonder, how many other people have you wrongly banned from using your app? Update: they gave me my account back, but the fact that it was even banned in the first place is ridiculous. Leaving the one star review because it took way too much effort on my part to get them to give me my account back. Once again, if you're going to ban people's accounts for no reason, you should a) have an appeals process b) have a phone number where I can talk to an actual person or c) have real people responding to emails and not bots that have no clue how to address my concerns.
  • I have a very serious complaint.

    By Dhrdhyijh
    After years of having a tinder account and speaking only positive things of it, I have been banned wrongfully. I know exactly what got me banned. My account name was Boom. I had in my bio, "Who needs pickup lines? Try and roast me instead. Just know that I'll roast back." Now, the word "roast" in this context, by definition, means, "subject to GOOD-NATURED ridicule." Now I matched with a woman who went by the name of Echo. Echo tried to roast me by asking if I was either a "men's rights activist" or "really into anime." I proceeded to ask if that was a roast, to which she assured me it was. SHE THEN ASKED ME TO ROAST HER BACK. I then said she looked like Roz from Monsters Inc, which again, is a GOOD-NATURED roast. If I thought she was a young lady that didn't appeal to me, then I wouldn't have swiped right in the first place. Obviously, this means that it was a light-hearted, good-natured comment, but one that Echo took as an insult to her very being. She then proceeded to talk about how she was comparing me to "Nazis" and a "porn freak." Those comments sound a lot harsher than me comparing her to a fictional character. Why I was the one being banned for this is beyond me, but in this situation, I feel like I have been wrongfully banned, when what I said wasn't nearly as bad as what she said. Please review the conversation again.
  • Glitched for two days, then banned out of nowhere.

    By Se@n331
    I’ve had Tinder Gold for a couple of years now. I took myself out of the stack about a month ago, and came back over the weekend. It resumed without a hitch until Tuesday. I found that my matches and messages were fluctuating, and that it stopped showing profiles in areas either at home or where I work. I just assumed the servers were slow/lagging. I got home from work tonight, and I started to see profiles again. I thought things were back up and running again. I hop on about an hour later and bam, I’m banned. From what I’ve read on my app and trying to log in on the computer, I’ve all of a sudden violated their terms of service somehow. It’s not like I can get a hold of anyone, as their emails are electronically responded to by bots, and after reading through some of these reviews, their App Store responses are the same. I’ve canceled my subscription which was coming up for renewal at the end of the month, so I suppose timing couldn’t have been better for me. Between this, the increasingly fake(snap, insta follows, sugar babies, cashapp/Venmo requesting) profiles, and the clear dead end when it comes bans and customer service/support, it’s been eye opening for sure. Best of luck everyone.
  • My tinder was banned.

    By Kkay on the beat
    Dear tinder, I’ve used your site for years. You all are really a joke. I post my cash up and Venmo up. And asked for a good time. Girls do and say the same. Apparently you have to pay for a good time these days. It’s a shame it really is. Nowadays everyone has rules. I don’t know what is worse the people who pay for love or people who ask to be payed for. It’s a shame. Conspiracy theory for you. Dating websites are low key prostitution rings. Take down every girl in a bikini while you’re at it. Take away blm movement or whatever I find them offensive. (I’m black btw) Men you use tinder for the right reasons expect to be taken advantage of. Ladies expect it the same. Stay safe. Also if you banned my account you should ban bikinis. I’m tryna see some dresses. I’m just trying to find my happiness and you banned it. If I was a lady it would’ve stayed up. I want my refund too. What’s the point of I bio if you can not use it to write you or express yourself. America. Free Freedom of speech.
  • Bans for no reason

    By Fizzykhalifa
    I’ve been using Tinder since it first came out and I thorough enjoyed the app! I actually met some really cool people which I still talk to. Now... this app is useless. I understand that people can be predatory but the practices that Tinder is doing is awful. They are banning people for no reason. In my case I got banned for nothing because the worst message I sent was “hey cutie”. My roommate got banned even though he didn’t message ANYONE. When I went online I saw that this problem was prolific and everywhere. They ban people for absolutely no reason and without any proof. If they receive one report, you’re done. So theoretically, a guy, who doesn’t have a good chance with the ladies, can lower the dating pool by making a fake account and reporting any dude they find to be more attractive than them. And when you try to email tinder about the situation, you get an automated reply and ZERO help at all. The email they sent me said “we do not check for what you did and we do not unban or review accounts.” This type of practice from Tinder is illogical and sexist. And it will eventually lead to the demise of this app. I cannot wait to see this app be removed from the App Store.
  • Trouble Unsubscribing

    By DanFingerMan
    Why is it near impossible to unsubscribe? I logged into Tinder on the their website, clicked on settings and clicked “Manage Payment Account”. Then it shows a message saying I subscribed on the native app and that I should unsubscribe from there. No problem. I get on the app and go to my settings and guess what? THERE IS NO “Manage Payment Account” in the settings tab! So I try unsubscribing via Apple ID (iTunes), even though I paid directly with CC. Nothing was found under subscriptions either. Okay. I try to look for a link to customer support and there is literally no way to contact support unless you call them. Are you serious? Make it easier to unsubscribe for the sake of everything fair! I’m still stuck trying to figure out how the hell to unsubscribe before I get charged on my card again. It’s ridiculous how the developers remove the payment option on the app. In all fairness, the app is decent and you can find people to meet if you really put the effort into it. Just be careful when subscribing.
  • It’s alright

    By Joshua Helm
    Given the benefit of the doubt the app does seemingly have a lot of issues but overall it’s not the WORST experience possible. I think one of the biggest issues is the various prices for Tinder gold. Now they want to charge me $45/mo (I’m 19) whereas they want to charge my friend (keep in mind who is also 19) $15/mo. I’m not too sure what’s with the price discrepancy but I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s experienced this. $15 seems reasonable but $45 a month? Definitely won’t be happening. As for the user base, you find a LOT of bots but thats to be expected you can find a numerous amount of bots on seemingly any “dating app” that’s just how it is. So I won’t mark off too many points for that but another issue is the lack of finding people who like you. I could swipe right on everyone like a mad man (which I don’t WANT TO DO) and still not find a single person who liked me (which it’s not like I have 0 likes I have a good bit) I know this is probably a ploy for me to get the tinder gold but then we go back to the $45/mo issue.
  • Waste of time

    By TheGreaser
    First month I had the app I got lots of likes and a few decent matches. I even managed a date with someone from the app, they where a lot bigger then they lead to believe but that’s not a fault with the app. As time went on matches and likes started to drop off dramatically. I did some digging online and found a few articles stating: if you don’t buy premium they push your profile further back in the queue. Essentially without paying less people see your profile and you’ll end up less likely matching with people you liked. I’m not gonna pay 15 bucks a month just to get my profile visibility up. Follow that with half of the accounts being fake to gain followers on things like Instagram, Snapchat, and onlyfans. There a ton of fake accounts so much so that it’s extremely disappointing after getting so little likes and matches the few you get end up being fake accounts from India with terrible English and plugging for social media followers or personal information. If your looking for love or any real connection with anyone this is not the app you want.
  • Just plain AMAZING

    By ajx3__
    It’s so ironic that dating apps could be so cliché when looking for love, but that’s exactly how it ended up with me. I married the person who I met through this dating app & he ended up being my everything, my rock, my best friend, a man that I could never live without. 5 years & 2 little boys later, we are so beyond happy & very much head over heels for each other still (Cheesy? Sorry, just wanted to share my experience of joy I had with this app.) Now, is it too good to be true that you could possibly meet your soulmate through dating apps? NOPE I don’t think so, as a matter of fact I truly believe that anyone could meet their Mr. or Ms. Right anywhere as long you are careful & know that your heart truly belongs to that right person. So this is by far the best dating apps I’ve experienced with so far, & I definitely highly recommend this. 💯

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