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Tinder - Dating, Make Friends and Meet New People

Tinder - Dating, Make Friends and Meet New People

Tinder

Match, Chat & Date with New People - online, near you & around the world!

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  • Married the love of my life! Oct 16, 2019

    By JLC10109
    I honestly wasn’t sure what I was looking for when I joined Tinder. I had experienced other dating apps, and just wasn’t making any serious connections. And, then I met my husband, or eventually to be. We kicked off immediately and spent the entire night on FaceTime, getting to know each other. He left for training with the Marines, the next day. We wouldn’t speak again for more than a month; but when we did, it was like coming home. My husband and I have been together for four years now, approaching one year as a married couple. In that time, we’ve welcomed a beautiful baby girl, graduated college, purchased our first home, and kick started two extremely successful careers. I often catch myself wondering what our lives would look like, had we not connected that one day, that last day before he disappeared for an entire month. The timing couldn’t have been any more perfect, as cliche as that may be. I’m not one to credit an app for my life, but I will say, I’m thankful every day that I had the opportunity to meet the person I call my other half. That’s exactly what Tinder is - an opportunity. What you do with it, is up to you. With any dating app, there are unsuccessful stories; however, I want people to know, it doesn’t matter how or where you met, what matters is that it’s possible for your love to grow out of the mosh unexpectable of circumstances. And, so here we are.
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  • Met my wife here😍 Jan 15, 2019

    By DeborahCF
    I’ve been using the app for a total of about 2 years. I had interesting experiences with tinder. Mostly good experiences. It actually made me come out of my shell because I got to talk to people with each one having a different lifestyle. I was on and off with tinder because I was either focused on one person (though never had a real relationship with the people I met on tinder) or I was busy in college. I set my settings to interested in women, and tbh at first not much of my matches messaged me. When I played around with the app, I set it to interested in men and women. It’s a little frustrating how the men were so comfortable to chat with, but the ladies didn’t seem that interested to have a chat. I wanted to meet women, not the men. So I tried to send out the first message to all of women I matched with and take the initiative just like the guys did. It’s a good thing I did that because later on after meeting one of the girls, she told me that she was a few days away from deleting her account since no one really messaged her. She saw my message and gave it a shot to reply. She told me she was skeptical at first because I had a few pictures with photography trademarks so she thought I was catfishing her. I did tell her later on that I modeled a little... So fast forward to 10 months later, we got married😍. We were both sooo close to not have met each other.
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  • Aug 12, 2020

    By Logan Luunhardt
    Good app. I match with plenty of girls. A lot of them are basic, but that isn't the apps fault. 1 star because I have to uninstall it every day. Literally. The app is caught between updates or something. I can only see my messages, but not my feed and matches. If I can't see my matches, can't see their profile. Kinda dumb. So I reinstall it every day and that fixes it. But you guys should release a fix for this bug, please. Will update once bug is fixed.
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  • Getting Married! Jan 25, 2020

    By EH and YL
    Two and a half years ago, I only had one super like a day, and while scrolling I saw a girl so pretty that I just couldn’t believe it. When I saw her I thought, “She can’t be real. That must be a fake profile.” But I decided to go for it and super-liked her. About an hour later I got a notification that I had a match. Curious, I checked and sure enough it was her. Keeping my expectations low and assuming I would be sent a link (if you know, you know), I messaged her, and she was real! We messaged back and forth for about a month before we were in the same town for school and could meet in person. We walked around campus for over an hour just talking, and I couldn’t believe that I was really on a date with her. Six months of being friends later, we started dating. Two years later, and we’re engaged! About a year into dating my fiancé, we joked that if we ever decided to get married, we would leave a review as a funny thank you to tinder for putting us together. Our wedding is coming up, so here I am I guess. You can find the love of your life here and we’re proof! Everyone says “the right one will come along,” but no one cares to hear that. So from us to you, have faith and be patient because someone you swipe right on might just end up being your spouse. Good luck!
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  • Met My Husband Dec 31, 2018

    By Makayla L. H.
    I can’t sincerely say I didn’t expect much out of this app when I first downloaded it almost three years ago, I thought I’d have a few meaningless and empty conversations and inevitably end up deleting the app and resorting to more traditional ways of meeting someone. On the first day I download it, I matched with someone named Tyler. I’d just gotten out of a crazy and abusive relationship, and my self confidence was all but destroyed. So when I matched with a crazy attractive man I kind of pushed him off, expecting that he was only looking for a hook up. Two months down the road and he was still messaging me. One night I got a little tipsy so I started engaging further in conversation with him. He asked me on a date and it went amazing and I had more chemistry with him than I’d ever had with anyone. He’d just moved to GA from CA and had the same fire, drive, and passion that I have about numerous subjects. Days turned to months and now it’s been over two years. We have a four month old son, are getting married next month, and we own a home together. We’ve traveled and seen places we never even dreamed that we would be able to see together. I truly found my other half on tinder. Because of this app I have a beautiful son and an amazing fiancé.
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  • Aug 11, 2020

    By Sophie Holman
    Was good until the app started glitching. I wasn't able to receive or send messages, there wasn't anyone to swipe (even though my settings were on global). I uninstalled and installed which didn't help. They logged me out of my account, and when I tried to log back in a grey screen popped up which said I was banned. No reasoning what-so-ever, I didn't think I did anything to be banned. I was friendly, respectful. Should have at least stated why.
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  • Aug 13, 2020

    By Isabella Holt
    Had it for a day and then it crashed. Kept on glitching saying I had matches and messages, and then wouldn't load a thing or load new people to swipe on. I decided to try logging out and back on again and it now won't let me log back in at all, saying 'something went wrong' for both my phone number and my email address. There were people I wanted to talk to on there so don't want to create a new account when nothing works anyway. Not happy.
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Devin Schroeder
    doesn't work very well and then even if you buy a membership they don't tell you all your matches until you pay more money for a gold membership. the only benefit for a gold membership is that you get to see those matches they hide from you. POF is better anyways. This app has an overrated opinion of its self telling full grown adults how to think. It should probably stay in its lane.
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  • Super slow, crashes constantly, poor experience Apr 4, 2020

    By Alyx430
    My main issue is just that the app’s usability is horrible. Every time I open it, I need to open it 2 or 3 times because it either sits at a white screen forever or after a time it crashes. I don’t know that I’ve ever come across an app that crashes so much. Most of the time UI responsiveness is crazy delayed; I’m not sure if it just has horrible memory issues, their API response times are insanely slow, or some mix of the two. Considering that they charge premium prices (more than most other dating apps) for their paid features, there is nothing that justifies their awful and perpetually devolving user experience. I only joined about 6 months ago but the app keeps getting more and more painful to use. It’s also insane that people will like my profile from within a mile of me (visible on gold) but with my match radius restricted to a few miles, I will literally swipe until the app tells me there are no other profiles in my area without it ever showing me the profiles of nearby people who I can literally see have liked my profile (I’ve tested this out in the name of science multiple times when I’ve seen people I know or previously dated). Side note: why is there no way to block profiles?! I look for that feature every time I come across someone I know professionally but it never exists (and it’s super uncomfortable when I see later that they liked me... and sometimes this happens with the same people multiple times over).
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  • Jul 24, 2020

    By Final Synapse
    Never seem to match ever. But I keep getting notification there is a match only to find I might have been matched, so now I'm uninstalling. It will never actually put in the list someone that has liked you, seems you need to pay some rediulous amount just for some basic functionality. Which might be worth it if the app wasn't filled with fake profiles. Honestly you're better off just going out.
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  1. Keeping it simple & super fun! Swipe right for the people you like, match with them & enjoy countless hours chatting
  2. No feeling of rejection! When you get a match, you know you're on the course to meeting someone special who likes you as well
  3. Expand your social network and be one of the over 20 billion matches so far

Reviewed by Antonio Rozich on February 15, 2018

  • Married the love of my life! Oct 16, 2019

    By JLC10109
    I honestly wasn’t sure what I was looking for when I joined Tinder. I had experienced other dating apps, and just wasn’t making any serious connections. And, then I met my husband, or eventually to be. We kicked off immediately and spent the entire night on FaceTime, getting to know each other. He left for training with the Marines, the next day. We wouldn’t speak again for more than a month; but when we did, it was like coming home. My husband and I have been together for four years now, approaching one year as a married couple. In that time, we’ve welcomed a beautiful baby girl, graduated college, purchased our first home, and kick started two extremely successful careers. I often catch myself wondering what our lives would look like, had we not connected that one day, that last day before he disappeared for an entire month. The timing couldn’t have been any more perfect, as cliche as that may be. I’m not one to credit an app for my life, but I will say, I’m thankful every day that I had the opportunity to meet the person I call my other half. That’s exactly what Tinder is - an opportunity. What you do with it, is up to you. With any dating app, there are unsuccessful stories; however, I want people to know, it doesn’t matter how or where you met, what matters is that it’s possible for your love to grow out of the mosh unexpectable of circumstances. And, so here we are.
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  • Met my wife here😍 Jan 15, 2019

    By DeborahCF
    I’ve been using the app for a total of about 2 years. I had interesting experiences with tinder. Mostly good experiences. It actually made me come out of my shell because I got to talk to people with each one having a different lifestyle. I was on and off with tinder because I was either focused on one person (though never had a real relationship with the people I met on tinder) or I was busy in college. I set my settings to interested in women, and tbh at first not much of my matches messaged me. When I played around with the app, I set it to interested in men and women. It’s a little frustrating how the men were so comfortable to chat with, but the ladies didn’t seem that interested to have a chat. I wanted to meet women, not the men. So I tried to send out the first message to all of women I matched with and take the initiative just like the guys did. It’s a good thing I did that because later on after meeting one of the girls, she told me that she was a few days away from deleting her account since no one really messaged her. She saw my message and gave it a shot to reply. She told me she was skeptical at first because I had a few pictures with photography trademarks so she thought I was catfishing her. I did tell her later on that I modeled a little... So fast forward to 10 months later, we got married😍. We were both sooo close to not have met each other.
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  • Aug 12, 2020

    By Logan Luunhardt
    Good app. I match with plenty of girls. A lot of them are basic, but that isn't the apps fault. 1 star because I have to uninstall it every day. Literally. The app is caught between updates or something. I can only see my messages, but not my feed and matches. If I can't see my matches, can't see their profile. Kinda dumb. So I reinstall it every day and that fixes it. But you guys should release a fix for this bug, please. Will update once bug is fixed.
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  • Getting Married! Jan 25, 2020

    By EH and YL
    Two and a half years ago, I only had one super like a day, and while scrolling I saw a girl so pretty that I just couldn’t believe it. When I saw her I thought, “She can’t be real. That must be a fake profile.” But I decided to go for it and super-liked her. About an hour later I got a notification that I had a match. Curious, I checked and sure enough it was her. Keeping my expectations low and assuming I would be sent a link (if you know, you know), I messaged her, and she was real! We messaged back and forth for about a month before we were in the same town for school and could meet in person. We walked around campus for over an hour just talking, and I couldn’t believe that I was really on a date with her. Six months of being friends later, we started dating. Two years later, and we’re engaged! About a year into dating my fiancé, we joked that if we ever decided to get married, we would leave a review as a funny thank you to tinder for putting us together. Our wedding is coming up, so here I am I guess. You can find the love of your life here and we’re proof! Everyone says “the right one will come along,” but no one cares to hear that. So from us to you, have faith and be patient because someone you swipe right on might just end up being your spouse. Good luck!
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  • Met My Husband Dec 31, 2018

    By Makayla L. H.
    I can’t sincerely say I didn’t expect much out of this app when I first downloaded it almost three years ago, I thought I’d have a few meaningless and empty conversations and inevitably end up deleting the app and resorting to more traditional ways of meeting someone. On the first day I download it, I matched with someone named Tyler. I’d just gotten out of a crazy and abusive relationship, and my self confidence was all but destroyed. So when I matched with a crazy attractive man I kind of pushed him off, expecting that he was only looking for a hook up. Two months down the road and he was still messaging me. One night I got a little tipsy so I started engaging further in conversation with him. He asked me on a date and it went amazing and I had more chemistry with him than I’d ever had with anyone. He’d just moved to GA from CA and had the same fire, drive, and passion that I have about numerous subjects. Days turned to months and now it’s been over two years. We have a four month old son, are getting married next month, and we own a home together. We’ve traveled and seen places we never even dreamed that we would be able to see together. I truly found my other half on tinder. Because of this app I have a beautiful son and an amazing fiancé.
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  • Real Review Jul 21, 2020

    By TimmyTurnerBurner
    I’m be real with you as a guy. Your best bet of getting any type of match is to simply swipe right until you run out of swipe, then repeat the process again. Make sure your pictures show face, body (assuming you work out), you wearing nice clothes infront of your car, and a gif type video of you fresh out the barber. Those will increase your chances a lot more because you showing your looks, body, assets, and fresh cut. A lot of girls on here are inactive the ones that are active are either looking for a fun time, lover or entertainment. Don’t be the entertainment, if you text more then 5 times during week with no successful delete her and move on literally. The lover are looking for serious guys the pictures I said above will match you with those. The girls looking for a fun time are the ones looking at your face and body. Simply text her, “Not looking for anything serious and trying to get out and explore you want to join.” She don’t respond in 3 days delete repeat the process. It’s a numbers game and the women are in control don’t let them so learn to delete and move to the next. Happy Hunting.
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  • I was catfished!!!! Jan 26, 2019

    By emil.io
    So I matched with a relatively good looking girl on tinder. We started messaging each other and we started talking about really cool stuff. For a while things were fine and one day I asked for her Instagram just to see what type of of person she was but she replied with, “I don’t have social media.” I messaged my best friend about her and telling him that I met this girl over tinder and showed him a picture. He tells me all about her. Not only did she have Instagram, Snapchat, and all platforms of social media, but she also had a kid. I’m almost 20, don’t need no kid! Well I thought I would pass the whole lie to let her confess and I try to make a first date to finally see if she was who she said she was.(don’t worry I was planning to take a friend for backup had anything been sketchy). Sadly, she begins to make excuses for the two times I asked her, some might say 2 was too many times, but I like to give people the benefit of the doubt... well it’s been less than a day, obviously she unmatched with me before I got the chance which made it hard to report him or her... still don’t know who it was:( with this experience I think tinder should fix there reporting system so that even after you can report for occurrences like this because I’m willing to bet catfishes always unmatch very quick to keep their account up and running.
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  • It’s ok? I guess? Oct 26, 2018

    By mshugg
    Over the past 5-6 months of being on the app, I’ve met only...1 friend. I’ve met a few people that only lasted for 3-5 days of talking and that’s it. I met one girl and we met in real life, but turned out she wasn’t really what I liked. I did want a friend with benefits, guy or girl it didn’t matter. But over these months, I didn’t get that. The app is great and I’m sure other people have been successful at finding hook ups, relationships or simple friends. But me? None. Without the subscription, you basically can swipe left or right and match with a person as well as creat your profile and chat with people. But with a subscription, you can ‘Super Like’ a person and see who ‘Liked’ you without you even swiping right or left on that person. But about 95% of the people I see on there are muscular, toned, beautiful, college, beer and weed loving guys. Girls? A bunch of cute skinny girls on there with nice bodies and an attractive face. I’ve seen some cute chunky people on there, and some in between. But majority are attractive people, which I know I have no chance of hooking up with. I’m not ugly, I know that for sure, but I’m sure no toned guy would go for a thick girl like me XD. Get the app and try it out, maybe you’ll have better results. But overall it’s an app I’ll spend on for about an hour and a way to pass the time.
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  • Not worth the trouble. Apr 6, 2019

    By Bosswizard
    I’ve had this app for about 1 year. Yeah I got the tinder Gold. Yes I’ve met 3 girls. None of them matched their profile so I moved on. Now, it’s like a dry season cause no one is answering. Whoever does answer, they’re like 4,000-7,000 miles away. I don’t mind a drive of up to 30 miles away but, 4,000? Why is my profile even reaching that far in the first place??? Second is the surges they’ve placed. I’d give a 5% success rate and that’s being generous. You can swipe as much as you want, you can use up all the stars. In the end of those surges, maybe 1-4 girls have seen your profile...out of 300 girls. Third is the price for the membership. NOT WORTH IT. With such a scam to get results? It’s a fake, a money grab, useless. You’re better off going to a bar and meeting someone there. Flirt with a waitress or talking with a female bar tender seems more amusing than using the app. Fourth are the scam girls of 2019. The Gold diggers. If they have a cash app, PayPal, Snapchat, chances are it’ll be a fake. They don’t talk to you, they only want your money. I’m sure there’s been at least one guy who’s given enough money to the girls to buy himself a corvette or even a 3 story house. The only upside? The photos are fun to see or your bored and you have nothing to do? Swipe time. Cause you know you’ll get no one but at least you can dream.
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  • Waste of time and money Jul 23, 2019

    By WasteOfYourMoney
    I used to use this app years ago (I’m a guy) and match and meet with fairly attractive women using it. That was before they became money hungry. I’d consider myself a fairly attractive guy. Started using it again a few months ago and now I get literally zero matches, I haven’t gained any weight in the last few years. Look exactly the same. I thought maybe if I paid for one month of gold, it would work for me. Not only do I get zero matches, I don’t even have any girls swiping on me. I’m starting to think Tinder isn’t even showing my profile to girls on there. So I’ve tried dropping my location in different cities for a few days at a time like NYC, Detroit, Québec etc just for giggles. Guess what? Even in cities of 10 million people, I don’t even have girls swiping on me at all, let alone matching with me. I think they want me to cough up money everyday to use their boost feature in order to get any matches at all. Extrêmement disappointment, especially considering I paid for this service. They know that guys are on here looking harder than girls are, and they are targeting us because of that. All of my friends have the same problem.
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  • Good, but buggy Sep 17, 2017

    By itouchgirl45
    I've been using this app on and off for a while and I like it. I've met a few people off of here and met new friends. Recently though, I've been noticing a lot of issues. 1. Even though I have my notifications on, I'm not getting notified of new messages. 2. When I click the send button to respond, my message disappears and doesn't send unless I close out the app multiple times and try again. 3. Before my notifications disappeared altogether, I was getting notifications saying "Jasmine" for example sent you a new message. Even though I'm a female and have my matches sent to male. There are random names that kept appearing in my notifications that I don't have matches with. 4. It takes much longer than normal for my messages and messages to appear. And the app keeps freezing. Overall this app is fairly decent. But I've been having so many issues with bugs that I've barely been on it. Please fix it!!! Also a "looking for" section on a profile would be helpful. As someone looking for something possibly a little more serious, it would be nice to see what others are looking for before I decide to swipe.
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  • Aug 11, 2020

    By Sophie Holman
    Was good until the app started glitching. I wasn't able to receive or send messages, there wasn't anyone to swipe (even though my settings were on global). I uninstalled and installed which didn't help. They logged me out of my account, and when I tried to log back in a grey screen popped up which said I was banned. No reasoning what-so-ever, I didn't think I did anything to be banned. I was friendly, respectful. Should have at least stated why.
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  • Needs improvement. Jul 30, 2019

    By Nick Inferno
    While it’s alright on a general level, there are many areas for improvement. For example, it would be even more effective if more optional filters/preferences could be applied in order to pinpoint who you’re trying to look for in a more efficient manner (Ex: height, personality, more “submissive” or “leading” in a relationship, etc.), therefore more traffic will be brought to the app due to how much more inclusive it would be to a larger audience, as well as how people will be able to find who they’re looking for much easier than before, making them more content with the service overall. Plus, additions like these would make the app more popular and more likely to be used by people, aka would bring more money in than before, so it’s boggling why something like this hasn’t been added yet, because it would benefit both the consumer AND the producer. In addition, something minor yet I still feel should be addressed, is an issue on the technical level. Sometimes the app will give a notification (if it even remembers to show it even with notifications turned on), but when I open the app to check, nothing is there. For example, let’s say someone sent me a message, I’ll open the app to check it, yet it doesn’t appear, causing me to have to reload the site until it does. Even though something like this is minor, it still is annoying to have to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
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  • Jul 27, 2020

    By Cody Lanier
    As if the dating scene isn't already difficult enough for a guy now days Tinder makes it feel normal at first but you quickly realize it's a scam. The "noob boost" they give you for the first few days (so that people actually see your card) is nice. But the moment it runs out the only way you're getting seen on this app is by spending money. Which wouldn't be so bad of the prices weren't absolutely ridiculous.
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  • Aug 2, 2020

    By Van Truong
    Pros: Allows you to adjust your visibility settings and search range without subscription, tons of people to SWIPE on. Cons: Search continues to break after a while sometimes faster and can only be fixed by deleting your profile, majority of girls are either fake, cam girls who want money before even talking, or just using tinder to boost their Instagram. You can't force exact cities so if you live close to another country as I do, you will get people across the water.
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  • You've changed Sep 8, 2018

    By AppleNicknameSystemSucks
    1). I don't want to give you my phone number. You already have my Facebook. Don't act like you want my number to help me in case I forget my password. I'm a grown adult, I think I'll either remember it or take the risk of having to create a new profile if I forget. Admit to data mining if you're going to force your users. 2). You need some serious thot patrol. You've run way too many commercials created by ultra-feminists advocating men "man up" on your app that you've actually deluded your female user base into thinking Tinder is the place to meet male "only friends" who will organize and pay for non-date dates, or a place to build up self-esteem because they're too afraid to meet up or even post a photo of themselves, hiding behind half a dozen cat photos instead. How about running a few commercials advocating women "woman up"? If you're going to bash men for being direct cads or sending 🍆 as an opening line, feel free to also bash women for thinking "Hi" is an opening line that will garner a response from a guy, or that having a single profile pic of a plate of food isn't useful, or that "friends only, not looking for a bf, no ons, no fwb" is neither an appealing profile for a dating app, nor the intended purpose here. I think it says a lot that your top review is a guy talking about how he met his bible study partner here. Tinder, do you even remember who you are?
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  • Aug 13, 2020

    By Isabella Holt
    Had it for a day and then it crashed. Kept on glitching saying I had matches and messages, and then wouldn't load a thing or load new people to swipe on. I decided to try logging out and back on again and it now won't let me log back in at all, saying 'something went wrong' for both my phone number and my email address. There were people I wanted to talk to on there so don't want to create a new account when nothing works anyway. Not happy.
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Devin Schroeder
    doesn't work very well and then even if you buy a membership they don't tell you all your matches until you pay more money for a gold membership. the only benefit for a gold membership is that you get to see those matches they hide from you. POF is better anyways. This app has an overrated opinion of its self telling full grown adults how to think. It should probably stay in its lane.
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  • Super slow, crashes constantly, poor experience Apr 4, 2020

    By Alyx430
    My main issue is just that the app’s usability is horrible. Every time I open it, I need to open it 2 or 3 times because it either sits at a white screen forever or after a time it crashes. I don’t know that I’ve ever come across an app that crashes so much. Most of the time UI responsiveness is crazy delayed; I’m not sure if it just has horrible memory issues, their API response times are insanely slow, or some mix of the two. Considering that they charge premium prices (more than most other dating apps) for their paid features, there is nothing that justifies their awful and perpetually devolving user experience. I only joined about 6 months ago but the app keeps getting more and more painful to use. It’s also insane that people will like my profile from within a mile of me (visible on gold) but with my match radius restricted to a few miles, I will literally swipe until the app tells me there are no other profiles in my area without it ever showing me the profiles of nearby people who I can literally see have liked my profile (I’ve tested this out in the name of science multiple times when I’ve seen people I know or previously dated). Side note: why is there no way to block profiles?! I look for that feature every time I come across someone I know professionally but it never exists (and it’s super uncomfortable when I see later that they liked me... and sometimes this happens with the same people multiple times over).
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  • Jul 24, 2020

    By Final Synapse
    Never seem to match ever. But I keep getting notification there is a match only to find I might have been matched, so now I'm uninstalling. It will never actually put in the list someone that has liked you, seems you need to pay some rediulous amount just for some basic functionality. Which might be worth it if the app wasn't filled with fake profiles. Honestly you're better off just going out.
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  • Jul 29, 2020

    By SpawningSatan
    This app is a waste of time, it's impossible to match with anyone and even if you do odds are they won't reply for any number of reasons. Paying for premium is a waste of money and doesn't help at all with matching with people not to mention the features you get with premium aren't worth paying for. I've spent more time than I'm willing to admit on this god awful app and I can say I've had better luck in COD lobby. Just don't download this app.
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