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Tinder is the name of a software.
A software for smart·phones.
More precisely: Tinder is a dating app.
the app helps to get to know people.
Words with same meanings[edit | edit source]
social search service application
mobile dating app
Location-specific dating app
Detailed explanation[edit | edit source]
In the year 2013, different people wrote the Tinder software.
The people were:
- Sean Rad,
- Jonathan Badeen,
- Justin Mateen,
- Joe Munoz,
- Dinesh Moorjani,
- Chris Gylczynski,
- Whitney Wolfe
Tinder works this way:
Tinder shows a photo.
A photo of a person.
From a person in the area.
Below the photo is an X.
And a little heart.
You can click on the X or the little heart.
The X means:
I do not like this person.
The little heart means:
I like the person.
The other person sees the photo of oneself.
The other person can also click the X or the little heart.
If both persons click the little heart,
both can chat with one another.
Or make a date.
Tinder works with a Facebook user account.
One must log in on Tinder or on Facebook.
Tinder retrieves information from Facebook.
- which movies one likes
- which music one likes
- what friends one has
- where you live
Tinder works withe the IPhone.
And with Android.
Tinder is good because:
- you can quickly get to know people
- the software looks for suitable people
Tinder is bad because:
- Tinder collects a lot of information.
- Unknown people can see the informations.
- Older users of Tinder have to pay more money