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Tinder Boost – Skip the Line. Be the top profile in your area for 30 minutes and get more matches.
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The world’s hottest app – Forbes.

10 billion matches later, Tinder has changed the way people meet around the world. It’s so much more than a dating app. Tinder is a powerful tool to meet people, expand your social group, meet locals when you’re traveling and find people you otherwise never would have met. Making new connections on Tinder is easy and fun—just Swipe Right to Like someone, or Swipe Left to pass. If someone likes you back, It’s a Match! Chat online with your matches, step away from your phone, get out and experience something new in the real world. It’s that simple!

• Tinder Social—It’s all about going out with friends and meeting new people. Invite your friends to go out, then swipe and match with other groups who want to meet up. Start the party with group chat, make plans and get out tonight!

• When you see an individual or group you really want to connect with, tap the blue star or Swipe Up to send a Super Like

• Upgrade to Tinder Plus for premium features, including: Passport to connect with people anywhere around the world, Rewind to give someone a second chance, one free Boost per week to be the top profile in your area for 30 minutes, and additional Super Likes to stand out from the crowd

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If you choose to purchase Tinder Plus, 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. 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, you can simply continue using Tinder for free.
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Reviewed by Mr App review man 11 months ago

I think this is a well made app. It's a nice amount of people on here to choose from. I'm currently using the free version and have matched, but I definitely feel you will get ways more out the app if you pay for the features. I have contemplated a few times to buy the gold ($30 for a month), but just haven't done it (not yet at least lol). $30 bucks is just a bit pricey; however, I respect the price because a person could easily spend $30+ in a few hours @ a club/bar and not get no numbers for the night. Overall good job Tinder. My personal advice: if you use the app and match, make sure to talk to the person a few times (via text and phone imo) and see where their head is at before considering linking up. And if you do link up, it may be best to link in a public setting first (or meeting at a public setting the first couple of times) to see if they are who they say they are. Just my recommendation. Happy swiping!!
Reviewed by crackerlackingnappin 11 months ago

I was banned back in December after having redownloaded the app for about one day. Now, you might be asking “what could you have possibly done in one day to get banned?” Well, to be honest, that’s what I’m asking myself. I did absolutely nothing wrong. I’m a female who had gotten some matches that I was interested in and having perfectly normal conversations (i.e. “how’s your day been?” Etc..) when suddenly the app stopped working, I was logged out, and couldn’t log back in: error 43-something or other. Then I received an email saying I was banned PERMANENTLY. Now obviously I emailed them what happened and only got a generic “you violate Terms of Service/Community Guidelines” to which I would respond with a “tell me exactly what I violated, I didn’t do anything wrong” and would receive the exact same email, again and again until they stopped responding. From what I understand, you’re supposed to be put under review first or receive a “warning” email, but none of this was sent to me. So now I’m banned forever, my account was deleted, and I have no clue how to rejoin. I just wanna give a shoutout to Tinder’s horrible customer service, communication, and banning algorithm. What an awful dating service. Let’s just hope someone that is in charge of tinder sees this and we can figure this out, but as of now it seems I am banned forever for literally NO REASON. This service deserves 0 stars for its unjust review system.
Reviewed by fmxer92 11 months ago

What the hell is wrong with this app....? I literally can’t even use because it’s so glitchy and full of bugs/flaws. I’m not exaggerating either.. like I literally can’t send messages, it freezes when I’m swiping and doesn’t “unfreeze” until I close out of the app, it doesn’t let me connect to Instagram through profiles, and my other apps don’t even work when tinder is open. It’s been this way for 1-2 months. There’s been numerous update’s during this time yet the problem isn’t fixed or even improved. It’s pretty much unusable at this point and I’m ready to delete the app. What’s sad for you guys is I’ve paid for the premium service before, and would again, but I refuse to when the app doesn’t work, causes my other apps not to work, and you guys seem to not care enough to fix it. Unless you guys enjoy watching an app plunge into irreversible failure, I suggest you fix it, and maybe have the decency to put out a message addressing the issue and that you’re repairing it.
Reviewed by llmmyyss 11 months ago

This app is something that’s not for everyone, but NEVER give up. I’ve had 2 past relationships from Tinder, dates that have gone good and bad, and recently found my new S.O. after the past few months of swiping. He’s amazing! As many reviews say, some guys are on for hook-ups, while others are looking for some real & new. Dealing with social anxiety, I have never been able to approach men in person. But this app definitely gives me a sense of relief that I can have normal convos & know who I am talking to before meeting them. Without this app, I would have never met my current BF because he lives 45 minutes away & goes to college 2 hours away. But man, I’m happier than I’ve ever been in a relationship; and it’s thanks to Tinder!
Reviewed by jman995x 11 months ago

REALLY don’t like the “Super Like” replenishment scheme (yes, I deliberately used that word to denote Tinder’s shadiness wrt to this option), under the “Tinder Plus” plan. For those that don’t know, they tell you that you get 5 new Super Likes a day, so you sign up. Turns out, due to their slick/crafty/deceptive use of words, what they REALLY meant to say was, “once you run out of Super Like stars, we’ll give you another 5....24 hours later. But what I am thinking, and I can only assume most other people are too, is that it is calendar-based, and every morning at 12:01am, my Super Like star count will go back to 5 again. NOPE. Gotta wait 24 hours from the depletion of your last star before you can get more. Very shady business tactic in my option, especially since I’m paying for this service (it’s not like they are giving me the stars for free).
Reviewed by MaddyLovesTWD 11 months ago

The app is good as is and I don’t notice any glitches at the moment, but I have some ideas that I think would make Tinder better. First of all, I think some sorts of categories should be added so that it’s easier to find what you’re looking for. I notice a lot of couples that are trying to find a girl to hook up with, but that’s not what I’m looking for so I believe you should be able to see a “threesome” option to find people who are interested in what you’re interested in. Also, there could be other categories like “looking for a relationship” or “looking for hookups” so you can be matched with people who want similar things out of the app.
Reviewed by Greg DeFillippo 11 months ago

I won’t speak to the quality of people I have met on here, but just for what the app is supposed to do, it functions fantastically well as a clean, simple resource to meet new people. As someone who is perpetually busy with work and school, it’s a lifesaver.
Reviewed by beastlywang 11 months ago

Don't be too serious about it. The app is fun but it's not a source for anything serious. The people on it varies between being serious and playing around. I like the app, it brings fun to my social life. Would recommend for those who are in for a lil fun.
Reviewed by Your Wingman Guidanc 11 months ago

As a free user, 25 year old good looking male, I rarely get matched with because of their subscription service. My likes get buried by the thousands of guys paying for the service. You got better chances going to a bar if you use this service for free. It’s oversaturated by guys who swipe right on everything. I’ve met and talked to more women at the club/movies in a week than I have with the matches I’ve received the past three months. If you do match, half the battle, good luck finding quality. Most of the women feel entitled in a sea of men. If you’re humble like me you enjoy a woman whose down to earth. Not a woman with “swipe left if you don’t have a boat or a beard.” My friends and I use people’s stigmatic profiles as a drinking game. If you’re thinking I’m saying this all because I’m salty about my matches I can reassure you this a general consensus amongst educated men who don’t pay for love.
Reviewed by v_jindal 11 months ago

Tinder takes away a lot of awkwardness from the dating world, but here’s one major frustration: some people I’ve matched with don’t respond to my messages. Some might say it’s me not sending the “right” messages, but that would be like saying I don’t have the “right” profile. “Right” is in the eye of the beholder in the big world of dating. I obviously have a profile good enough to match with people. Some people are thankfully honest about being bad at replying to messages. That lets me know to swipe left on them and never match with them in the first place. I wish everyone’s profile was honest about how much they reply to messages. I think Tinder should show, on someone’s profile, the percent chance that they’ll send a message or a response to a person they’ve matched with. It will punish those who don’t respond to their matches, and reward those who only swipe right on people who they’re actually interested in
Developer: Tinder Inc.
Download Size: 108113KB
Version: 6.7.0
Recommended Age: 17+
Release Date: 2012-08-02