Tinder - Dating New People

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Rated 3.79931 From 165,938 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2021-06-09
  • New version: 12.10.0
  • File size: 176.91 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Tinder - Dating New People


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Tinder - Dating New People 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 12.10.0 which was officially released on 2021-06-09. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 165,938 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 3.79931 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?


Welcome to Tinder — you can be here for a good time, and a long time, too. With 30 billion matches to date, Tinder® is the top free dating app, making it the place to meet new people. Whether you’re looking for love, need a date today, or just want to chat: We’ve got something for local singles everywhere, plus free features that give you the best dating experience possible. Like what? Glad you asked. - Whether you’re gay or bisexual, be proud of who you are with our Orientation feature - Prove you’re the real deal and verify your profile with Photo Verification - Find out what you’ve got in common with your potential match with Interests - Bring a plus one on all your dates for extra safety with Noonlight Take us with you on your travels whether you’re dating in Berlin or dating in Chicago — wherever you go, we’ll be there. Some people call us their most dependable matchmaker, some people call us the world’s most popular free dating app, but you can just call us when you want to meet up with singles. While you’re here — make a toast to the Tinder Gold™ life. Enjoy all of Tinder’s premium features with our top-tier subscription. - Likes You allows for you to see all your fans, saving you precious time - Unlimited Likes for you to catch feelings for as many people as you want - Rewind for you to undo your last Like or Nope - Use Passport to go anywhere in the world to find friends online outside your zip code - Boost your profile to the top for thirty minutes to get more attention - 5 Super Likes per day because sometimes you really, really Like someone There’s a plus side for those not ready to commit to a relationship with a Tinder Gold™ subscription. With a Tinder Plus® subscription, you’ll unlock features including Unlimited Likes, Passport, Rewind, Boost, and 5 Super Likes per day. Tinder Basics: Match. Chat. Date. That’s our mantra. It’s easy and fun to find people on Tinder. Make your profile stand out with your best pics and a little something about you to increase your match making potential. Swipe Right™ on a profile to Like someone, swipe left to pass. If someone Likes you back, It’s a Match! And, there’s no pressure: We invented the double opt-in which means two people have to show a mutual interest in order for there to be a match. How many dating apps can say that? Tinder is the biggest and flyest party in the world for singles — it’s about time you showed up. ----------------------------------- 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 or Tinder Gold™, you can simply continue using Tinder for free. All photos are of models and used for illustrative purposes only.

Top Reviews

  • Frustrating bugs


    By Sillyhumins
    This app is the most frustrating thing, Since downloading this app I have had 5 of the matches I had been talking to regularly completely disappear without reason, I figured I had been unmatched only for them to reappear in my matches days or even weeks later, and the entire conversation erased (for me, not for them). For 2 people who I had contacted everything looked normal on their end, except I had no other way to contact them. Is is super frustrating when you don’t have a way to reach other person due to a bug!! It also sends the totally wrong message and causes a lot of confusion. I’ve had this happen to me mid conversation as well. This is so unacceptable. It’s hard to tell if Tinder is negligently buggy or if this is the result of some gross social engineering experiment, I have no clue, but c’mon at this point it’s happened too frequently not to question the motives of a company that profits off you being single. If you think I’m going to pony up for a company that might be willfully making it difficult to get in touch with people you genuinely hit it off with or seed doubts about someone you are getting to know better, you are mistaken. I will not be renewing anything. **UPDATE** As expected my match shows up again days later with the conversation deleted from my phone but I can view it on my computer. Fix this!!! This is so wrong, what a sad excuse for a messaging platform. Totally wholly incredibly unacceptable. Straight up.
  • Ban for no reason forever


    By luckybeard13
    So I’ve been using Tinder on and of for few years, and after some break I decided to download it again. Since it’s been a while I decided to start fresh and create a new account. Big mistake! So you can delete your profile and Tinder even suggest you as one of the options why you deleting is “fresh start”, it only warns you that you will lose your matches and messages which is of course fine. No warning that you can be banned for life for doing that. So I delete my profile and immediately create a new one. I upload my pictures, so verifications and stuff. I sign up for a paid membership and spend money on boosts only to find out I get absolutely no likes in few days, so I google it to find out I am probably banned for re-creating my account. Again, no sings of it in the app, besides no matches. I am trying to reach support but it’s nowhere to be found, only on Reddit I find a link to a web contact form. So I message and get a generic robot response that my account was banned and there is no way to appeal. They refuse to give me any details of what rule I violated, I couldn’t find it in terms of use or community guide lines. When you using the app you see tons of fake and spam profiles they fail to ban yet they ban real people for no reason and decline any support to fix the situation. I never experiences before company treating their paid customer like that, it felt awful. Tinder, please give your customers some respect.
  • Banned and got no help


    By Ysklef
    Okay, so I recently redownloaded the app and had it for about two days. I even made plans to meet someone on it. It worked fine this morning and then I logged in this afternoon and was greeted with: “Your account was banned.” I’m really upset honestly. I’m worried that the guy will think I ghosted him and I don’t want to make him feel bad. I looked through everything carefully and know for a fact that I didn’t violate any terms or guidelines. I didn’t get a specific explanation for why I was banned or even a specific guideline that I supposedly broke. Also, the appeals system (or lack thereof) is important. People need to know specifically why their account has been banned and there should be an appeals process. What if there was a glitch in the system? An innocent person could be forever banned with no way to know why or get their account back. I won’t tell people that they shouldn’t download it, it’s one of the most popular apps out there and it’s pointless to advise against it. I am, however, very hurt and frustrated over the lack of support, explanation, and this horrible situation in general. Something is broken and needs to be fixed efficiently and in a timely manner. If this has happened to you, please say something because I know I’m not the only one and the more people who speak up, the more likely tinder is to help. There simply isn’t a great replacement for tinder and I would like to let that guy know that I didn’t ghost him.
  • App doesn’t function as advertised, full of bots/spam.


    By Jambake
    The app allows you to set filters for age and distance, then completely disregards them. I am in my mid 20’s, and want to meet other people in their 20’s. I have my age limit set from 21-27, yet every other profile I see is for a 19 year old, 18 year old, or 30 year old. Additionally, I have my distance set to <30 miles, and have turned the “global” setting off (because if I’m looking to actually meet up, why would I want to match with someone 6,000 miles away?) and STILL, just about every other person is outside my distance radius. I live in a very populated city area, I know there are more people within 30 miles of me but tinder has decided I don’t want what I say I want, instead I apparently want what they want me to see. I used to pay for the app, but never again unless some serious quality improvements are made. Showing me people outside my radius doesn’t make me more likely to use tinder, it makes me think tinder is broken. Same goes for the age thing. I have also reported easily over 100 bots/spam accounts and it still is a huge issue - a liiitle bit more verification or something would be great. As it stands, bumble and hinge are much better services. Bumble is getting greedy, locking formerly free features behind a paywall, and Hinge doesn’t have as many users as Tinder or Bumble, but as far as the experience goes? The other two are much better than Tinder.
  • Banned for no reason...


    By Ghosted by Tinder
    I’ve used the app almost since the app first was created, and it has led to some decent dates and friendships along the way. I truly enjoyed the app (not so much the “match-and-silence/ignore” trend, but that falls on the user, not the app). I’ve posted rather silly pictures of my self fully clothed. I’ve never harassed anyone or pursued anyone beyond a clear ignoring of a message or unmatch. Not was my profile spam or fake in any way. I was instructed by the generic automated email when I reached out and all I was told is that I “violated the user agreement or terms of use” or something along those lines. When I checked those terms, there was not one thing that could be remotely close to any term that I’ve broken that I’ve done in the years of using the app. And when I replied back with elaboration, there was, of course, no response. They also stopped allowing appeals, so now I’m unable to get back on the app. There are other apps, I know. But this just doesn’t sit right with me - someone who uses the app only for it’s intended purpose and is not life banned for the app for no apparent reason, given no explanation, and no opportunity to fix it. This app was in the end a waste of my time and money (oh yeah, I subscribed multiple times to their advanced features to see who swiped on me because why not?) Beware any newcomer to this app that this is a fairly common issue on getting banned for no reason! Enjoy it whilst you can...
  • why take requests if you don’t make appeals


    By samirivpos
    After not using my account for a couple days I opened the app to check my messages, only to find out that my account had been banned. I read all the terms and guidelines to see what i could possible have violated, and came up with nothing. I submitted a request to appeal the ban, only to get an automated email saying that they aren’t taking appeals “at this time” and that my account was banned for breaking community guidelines (and didn’t even specify which I had violated). Has tinder ever taken appeals? Because from what I have read it appears not. Why even make it an option to submit a request if nothing will change? It seems like a massive waste of time on both ends. I am apparently not the only person that this has happened to either. Tinder needs to fix their customer service to accept appeals and to talk to a real person about issues with one’s account. The handling of the situation on Tinder’s part was terrible. I had a lot of fun using the app when I did go on it and am extremely frustrated that I was banned without any reason or warning. How is it even possible to violate community guidelines when you’re not actively using the app and don’t have a fallacious or promotional profile? In addition, I am still getting message notifications from the app, even though my account is banned and it signed me out. Absolutely mind-boggling to me.
  • Banned for no reason???


    By winglessFish
    I’ve had to make 4 different accounts during the time I’ve tried to use this app bc I keep getting banned for reasons I cannot figure out and that we’re never explained. None of my photos were any more revealing than cleavage peeking out of my shirt, and the most explicit thing I mentioned was that I was looking for hookups on a HOOKUP APP. When you get banned you don’t have any way to appeal, any info as to why so you can avoid it should you make a new account, and you can no longer attach your phone number, email, or Apple account should you make a new profile later, meaning unless you change your Apple ID you can’t get a subscription for your new profile. And if you were talking to someone on the site, unless you have already given them your alt contact info they will have no idea where you went or how to contact you. The issues have been going on for literal YEARS without anyone trying to fix or address them and the only reason I’ve even TRIED to remake my account is bc they have a serious monopoly on the hookup app market; there’s plenty of other apps without these issues but almost no one uses them. With the sheer number of users on their app and the boatloads of money they make off the almost mandatory subscriptions, you would think they could put in a little more effort to fix these long-standing issues.
  • men: just say no. not even once.


    By Justin Mumma
    I know it’s tempting and you want to use tinder, but wait a minute man it’s not worth it. Even for pretty attractive guys, it will extremely difficult to find matches and it will destroy your self esteem. Tinder algorithms make this problem even worse. Even if you think you don’t care, you’ll end up feeling terrible about yourself even if you’re a good guy. Academic research on the apps show that top ~20% most attractive guys get almost all of the like and matches, like the vast vast majority, and that women users rank ~80% of men as below average. So essentially if you are 80th percentile or above, top 20+% of all men your age in attractiveness, hot and built, you will do okay. For the other 80% of us average and above average guys, just don’t join, don’t let it ruin your self esteem, don’t be a simp. and that’s assuming you don’t get scammed. Lots and lots of women on these apps pretending they want to date or meet up with you and then they convince you to send them “half the money for the hotel” over Venmo or “Uber money to come over” or whatever and then they block you and you never hear from them again. Come on guys, don’t be simps. Don’t send women money, ESPECIALLY if you’ve never met her in person. If she wants money and you haven’t met her in person yet, it a scam always always always. Maybe a real person, doesn’t matter, still a scam
  • Tinder is a scam


    By JunkMonster86
    I wish I’d have read the other reviews before paying for the “Gold” package. I recently went through a break up and considering I’m not from the place I am now living I thought I’d jump on Tinder and meet some people. I literally was only trying to meet people for friendship. Things are going okay, I’ve met a couple cool people, shared some music, seems all good, open the app up about 4-5 days later: YOUR ACCOUNT HAS BEEN BANNED. For absolutely no reason at all. I read every single word it the terms of agreement and the guidelines, I did not violate a single one. I was never disrespectful to anyone, if someone never responded to my “hello” or stopped responding when we were messaging back and forth I wouldn’t send another message, I wasn’t even on the app to find hook ups in the first place. Tinder is operating outside the lines of good business practice. You can’t contact them in any meaningful way whatsoever, they have no appeal process, nothing. Tinder is a sham. Apple should be ashamed of themselves for even allowing them in the App Store. I have now read through hundreds of reviews, Reddit and Quora posts and posts elsewhere explains this exact same situation. Tinder is banning paying customers for no reason, with no explanation and keeping their money. They are taking advantage of people simply looking to meet other people. Tinder is trash.
  • Negative Stars - the app constantly gives you the same people and routinely deletes your account


    By Anon8293929
    Don’t even bother... the app doesn’t work, at all. You’re gonna spend all your time swiping through the same profiles because they’re either fake, or the app doesn’t register your swipes/selections. At all. We’re talking weeks of use, and you’ll still get the same profiles you already wasted your time swiping on day 1, and multiple times (sometimes in a single day) - it’s that bad. With cell service and a strong internet connection. That’s if you’re lucky enough to keep an account. Tinder has now autologged me out and deleted every trace of 3 different accounts, totally unrecoverable. To add, I can’t even imagine the amateurism it requires to have an app so completely broken and to not even have a way to contact support to resolve any of your issues, that are conveniently unaddressed on their “support forums”. Forget it, lol, there are a million better, and more time efficient, ways to find a partner than wasting your time on an app that doesn’t even work... and is more focused on physiologically profiling (and profiting off) you and selling you a premium product (of a service that already doesn’t work??) than providing the service it claims it does

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