Tinder is a social matching app that has become one of the more popular dating apps on mobile. While the app was not designed as a dating app at first, it has veered closer to being such.
The app starts with you linking your Facebook profile, which is then used to provide you with local matches. Depending on your preferences, matches can be male or female. Once your profile is up and running, you can then begin 'swiping' though matches.
Based on the profiles of other Tinder uses, you can remove them by swiping left, or like them by swiping right. If both you and the other person have swiped right, it will be a match. A match will then allow you to chat with the person through the app.
Over time, Tinder added more features to give users more control. Super Like lets users once per day swipe up on a profile instead of left or right. When someone super likes you, you can see the person's profile with a blue border. Users that have not super liked you will show a plain border on their profile card.
Other features that you need to buy to use is Rewind, Tinder Plus, and Boost. Each of these features offers something to benefit the Tinder user that buys them. Rewind lets you get a profile you declined back, and Boost makes you the top profile in your area for 30 minutes. Tinder Plus gives you the benefits of Rewind and Boost combined, along with some other exclusive features.
After 10 billion matches, Tinder is shaping up to be one of the most sought after dating apps worldwide.