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Tinder - Dating & Make Friends

Tinder

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

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  • img Community
    It’s on top to plan your first date and get hookups.
    img by Ganesh
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    This is the best dating apps for couples to make new relationship.
    img by Danielle
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When you're getting 2 people together that have never met, how can you prevent catfishing? With the right tools on your phone, you'll be able to create the kind of dating experience that you want, even virtually.
    img by Antonio
    2 weeks ago
  • img Expert Best Dating Apps of 2022

    Best Dating Apps of 2022

    We tested the most popular apps for dating to see which ones had the most user-friendly and fun experience while giving you the best shot at finding love during Covid-19. Here's what we found: 

  • img Expert
    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

  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Dale Yakin
    convenient and good service. A bit expensive relative to other options. Too many repeated profiles, especially if you've already indicated that you like one. Now too much text covering pictures.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Emily Alair
    Great app to meet people with. Wish the connect your Spotify account feature worked didnt have a bug. I can't remove individual artists from the list. Don't want people knowing I listen to Taylor Swift
  • My “Tinderella” Story Dec 31, 2021

    By Pedrotheoboe
    I downloaded Tinder because a few friends told me to. I was nervous because I figured it wasn’t something for me. I’ve always been the relationship type of person so I figured an app known for other things was definitely not where I’d find love. Unlike some of these bad reviews I didn’t buy Tinder gold or anything like that, I actually thought the regular app was quite fun. I honestly got addicted to it and would spend a lot of time swiping. I swiped right on this adorable, tall, guitar playing guy and we immediately matched (yay). He texted me first and we hit it off straight away. Turns out him and I went to the same college and everything. We had SOOO much in common. After getting my phone number and facetiming for a couple days, he picked me up and we went on our first date, which would be one of many many wonderful dates. Little did I know downloading Tinder would lead to meeting the love of my life. Just thought I should share my “Tinderella” story on here to let everybody know that while Tinder is super fun, it can also lead to something more than just somebody to text or talk to. :)
  • Could always be better Dec 14, 2020

    By MsGenki
    Let me preface this by saying I’ve used a large amount of dating apps such as OKCupid, Plenty of Fish, Hinge, Meetme, and etc. over the span of 8 years but Tinder is probably the go to app; it’s fast, easy and pretty much condenses all that I want from most other apps into a simpler format. However, with this app being infamous for mainly hookups or casual encounters, the pickings for someone more substantial (platonic or romantic) is slim to say the least. As well, like in other apps, the amount of empty profiles or spam accounts overwhelms the amount of real people. I do wish that there was a sort of requirement of word count in each profile so that if someone IS serious about matching, they have a (somewhat) cohesive bio to show this. While I’ll always enjoy the interface and the simplicity of Tinder and don’t personally see myself off the app anytime soon (especially given the time I’m writing this) I do wish there were a more comprehensive way to weed out the casual from serious or the hookups from genuine friendships WITHOUT having to download yet another app.
  • Im banned :( Sep 9, 2021

    By angel </3
    So I’d like to think im pretty good about following guidelines. Now I understand that this is my fault, but I jokingly told a guy I was 15. I planned to tell the guy the truth, but I went to sleep with no response to the message. The next day I get on and I am banned! I tried to contact tinder to explain that I was in fact a legal adult, and even sent a front and back photo i.d. But, it was too late, and they had told me that I would stay banned from the app permanently. I wish tinder would lock your account to verify age and identity, instead of completely banning you. Many of my friends have been banned off tinder for reasons they aren’t even sure of. I am certain that there was no other reason for my ban, and I really enjoy tinder and the concept of the app. It is really upsetting. Im not trying to warn people off the app, or trying to get myself unbanned. But im just mostly trying to maybe propose that you guys give warnings, or second chances for people that are being banned for identity or age concerns. I really don’t think I actually committed any violations.
  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Dale Yakin
    convenient and good service. A bit expensive relative to other options. Too many repeated profiles, especially if you've already indicated that you like one. Now too much text covering pictures.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Emily Alair
    Great app to meet people with. Wish the connect your Spotify account feature worked didnt have a bug. I can't remove individual artists from the list. Don't want people knowing I listen to Taylor Swift
  • My “Tinderella” Story Dec 31, 2021

    By Pedrotheoboe
    I downloaded Tinder because a few friends told me to. I was nervous because I figured it wasn’t something for me. I’ve always been the relationship type of person so I figured an app known for other things was definitely not where I’d find love. Unlike some of these bad reviews I didn’t buy Tinder gold or anything like that, I actually thought the regular app was quite fun. I honestly got addicted to it and would spend a lot of time swiping. I swiped right on this adorable, tall, guitar playing guy and we immediately matched (yay). He texted me first and we hit it off straight away. Turns out him and I went to the same college and everything. We had SOOO much in common. After getting my phone number and facetiming for a couple days, he picked me up and we went on our first date, which would be one of many many wonderful dates. Little did I know downloading Tinder would lead to meeting the love of my life. Just thought I should share my “Tinderella” story on here to let everybody know that while Tinder is super fun, it can also lead to something more than just somebody to text or talk to. :)
  • Could always be better Dec 14, 2020

    By MsGenki
    Let me preface this by saying I’ve used a large amount of dating apps such as OKCupid, Plenty of Fish, Hinge, Meetme, and etc. over the span of 8 years but Tinder is probably the go to app; it’s fast, easy and pretty much condenses all that I want from most other apps into a simpler format. However, with this app being infamous for mainly hookups or casual encounters, the pickings for someone more substantial (platonic or romantic) is slim to say the least. As well, like in other apps, the amount of empty profiles or spam accounts overwhelms the amount of real people. I do wish that there was a sort of requirement of word count in each profile so that if someone IS serious about matching, they have a (somewhat) cohesive bio to show this. While I’ll always enjoy the interface and the simplicity of Tinder and don’t personally see myself off the app anytime soon (especially given the time I’m writing this) I do wish there were a more comprehensive way to weed out the casual from serious or the hookups from genuine friendships WITHOUT having to download yet another app.
  • Im banned :( Sep 9, 2021

    By angel </3
    So I’d like to think im pretty good about following guidelines. Now I understand that this is my fault, but I jokingly told a guy I was 15. I planned to tell the guy the truth, but I went to sleep with no response to the message. The next day I get on and I am banned! I tried to contact tinder to explain that I was in fact a legal adult, and even sent a front and back photo i.d. But, it was too late, and they had told me that I would stay banned from the app permanently. I wish tinder would lock your account to verify age and identity, instead of completely banning you. Many of my friends have been banned off tinder for reasons they aren’t even sure of. I am certain that there was no other reason for my ban, and I really enjoy tinder and the concept of the app. It is really upsetting. Im not trying to warn people off the app, or trying to get myself unbanned. But im just mostly trying to maybe propose that you guys give warnings, or second chances for people that are being banned for identity or age concerns. I really don’t think I actually committed any violations.
  • Trouble Unsubscribing Aug 28, 2020

    By DanFingerMan
    Why is it near impossible to unsubscribe? I logged into Tinder on the their website, clicked on settings and clicked “Manage Payment Account”. Then it shows a message saying I subscribed on the native app and that I should unsubscribe from there. No problem. I get on the app and go to my settings and guess what? THERE IS NO “Manage Payment Account” in the settings tab! So I try unsubscribing via Apple ID (iTunes), even though I paid directly with CC. Nothing was found under subscriptions either. Okay. I try to look for a link to customer support and there is literally no way to contact support unless you call them. Are you serious? Make it easier to unsubscribe for the sake of everything fair! I’m still stuck trying to figure out how the hell to unsubscribe before I get charged on my card again. It’s ridiculous how the developers remove the payment option on the app. In all fairness, the app is decent and you can find people to meet if you really put the effort into it. Just be careful when subscribing.
  • There’s always been bugs Oct 9, 2020

    By adam_and
    Tinder’s goal is to help you meet people, and it does that well, but getting there can be a struggle with all these bugs. The app constantly breaks when I swipe from a profile too the messages tab, things get hung up, even on a newer iPhone. Sometimes the app crashes. My biggest pet peeve is the fact that unless I turn on every form of notification for Tinder, I have a notice inside every conversation telling me to turn on notifications. I get a lot of notifications from Tinder, so I would like to have them sent to Notification Center without a banner, badge, or sound. The app constantly is reminding me to “turn notifications on!” even when they ARE on, just sent to the Notification Center. When I DO get notifications in my Notification Center, they never stack, so tinder notifications take up my whole screen. SOOO annoying. I like this app and I know it can be better, that’s why I’m being critical. Great work, but I hate the fact that my favorite dating app can be so frustrating.
  • It’s alright Sep 15, 2020

    By Joshua Helm
    Given the benefit of the doubt the app does seemingly have a lot of issues but overall it’s not the WORST experience possible. I think one of the biggest issues is the various prices for Tinder gold. Now they want to charge me $45/mo (I’m 19) whereas they want to charge my friend (keep in mind who is also 19) $15/mo. I’m not too sure what’s with the price discrepancy but I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s experienced this. $15 seems reasonable but $45 a month? Definitely won’t be happening. As for the user base, you find a LOT of bots but thats to be expected you can find a numerous amount of bots on seemingly any “dating app” that’s just how it is. So I won’t mark off too many points for that but another issue is the lack of finding people who like you. I could swipe right on everyone like a mad man (which I don’t WANT TO DO) and still not find a single person who liked me (which it’s not like I have 0 likes I have a good bit) I know this is probably a ploy for me to get the tinder gold but then we go back to the $45/mo issue.
  • It’s all about money and no results Jan 7, 2022

    By Gabz237
    The apps prices have significantly went up for the premium services than what they used to be and a bit more ridiculously priced from other apps. Like now you can’t see who’s swiped on you unless you have the gold service when it used to be on the plus service which plus practically serves no purpose and even now with having the gold service even though I can see who swipes on me it’s as if I don’t get any swipes because the app keeps promoting for you to buy boosts and I used the one free boost and got tons of swipes! But now not using boost and not wanting to pay for boost I get like 10 swipes a day and I’ve only had gold membership for a week now and I do swipe on other people as well and can see who is still in the que for who I have swiped on and it seems as though tinder isn’t showing me in their swipe stacks because I would of guessed those people to of swiped yes or no on me by now. The experience on here in general has been worst than it has in the past. As far as dating apps go Tinder has significantly went down and I would say try else where unless you want to spend a lot of money for no results and am already regretting my decision and it has been a huge waste of money. In the past it wasn’t that big of a deal because it was decently priced but now it costs a lot more for it to actually be considered a huge waste. After my subscription ends I’m for sure never downloading this app again.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Emily L
    I had deleted this app a year ago because no matter how many times I tried to delete my account it wouldn't let me. Imagine my surprise when I get a $50 charge a year later -.- redownload it just to try and unsubscribe and delete and still run into the same issue.
  • Tinder went downhill Jan 16, 2022

    By Hardshot4488
    I don’t normally leave reviews but it’s really surprising to me how downhill Tinder has gone. Idk if there are just too many users now and people get put way down in the deck unless they buy the overpriced platinum membership or what, but it’s a night and day difference. Anecdotally, I used to get a dozen or more likes a day and at least 3 matches, and if I boosted I would get several dozens of likes by the end of the 30 minutes. Now I’ll be lucky to get a LIKE, let alone a match. I very rarely get matched with someone I liked first, which is completely different than it was a couple years ago. Idk if it’s because I came back to the app after a few years of inactivity (I was in a relationship), and Tinder sank the rating of my profile so low that I never get surfaced to other people. I’m not going to spend upwards of 50 bucks a month or whatever it is on a platinum membership to get the same experience I did a year and a half ago. App ratings have sunken since, prices of memberships have increased, and it just seems like the app is starting to die and they’ll die by squeezing out as much money out of you as they can. Fwiw even after I got a gold membership and used a boost, I still log in every day and see no likes. So I don’t even think paying money is an option for you to get in Tinder’s good graces unless you get the platinum membership. Just not worth it. Anyway, Hinge seems like a better option.
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Josh Me
    Completely ignores filters. distance set to 25 miles shows people in another country or shows people 7-10 years outside your age filter, this is with platinum! Also some profiles randomly have additional info like non smoker but there is no way to add it to your profile, overall would not recommend.
  • BANNED FOR NO REASON Jun 26, 2021

    By gậhch
    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 l'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 l'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 onlv 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...
  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Tihara Jamal
    I don't know why my review keeps getting pulled down. I am calling out Tinder's unfair tactics to ban people for no reason. When you reach out they do not tell you what you did nor do they have an appeal process in place to allow you to try to get your account back. They also do not give warnings so you can correct your behavior.
  • Revenge Reports Galore! Nov 7, 2021

    By Cinkat10
    I’ve been on Tinder for 3 years! I had no problems. Today, I matched with a guy who I had met previously on another app. He was rude and condescending. Today we matched on Tinder. We did not talk but a few hours later I was banned! I can only assume this individual revenge reported me. Apparently him being rude and hurtful wasn’t bad enough. I contacted Tinder, but just got an automated email saying there was nothing I could do and I violated the terms of service. I then got a “survey” where I said that I did not break any rules and I just received a generic email. They said they were sorry and will try again next time but there will not be a next time. Apparently, it is okay for others to be rude, threaten, and harass me. But I reject the wrong person and I get banned. Not okay! Those debating to download or not, do not download! I’m sure it is true with most dating apps, but they do not care about you! They do not truly look into situations. They can rarely admit they are wrong. But oh well, one day maybe people will realize that these apps are a scam and offer favor the “bad” person for whatever reason. Tinder, you need to reconsider your policies! If it is okay for someone to harass, threaten, etc. other people, then we should be allowed to defend ourselves and/or reject someone without being afraid of a ban! Also, get real people to email us and do not send a generic email. At least act like you care.
  • why take requests if you don’t make appeals Mar 21, 2021

    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.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Tyrus Cobb
    For some reason I will swipe right on someone and 3 or 4 people later it's the same person I just swiped right on. This happens almost daily and it still counts towards my daily likes. This needs to be fixed. Also paying for plus or gold isn't worth it. The capabilities don't match the price, you're pretty much just paying to see who likes you.
  • Oh boy Jun 22, 2021

    By FazzieATX
    Just recently got out of a relationship and decided to dive back into the dating app world, and all I have to say is wow. Tinder has really slipped. What used to be a brilliantly simple and effective dating app has turned into a frustrating, convoluted, pay-walled mess. For Tinder to be even remotely useful, you have to pay for it. And once you do, you’re allowed features that are literally free on other apps. Wanna see who likes you? You’re going to have to pay more a month than you do on a Netflix subscription for that. Btw, Hinge does that for free. Wanna leave a comment on someone’s picture? Surely you can do that with the Gold membership, right? Nope. Gotta shell out even more money for ~platinum~. Guess who also does it for free? You got it. Hinge (and I think OKC too). And even after emptying your wallet on one of their higher subscription tiers, you still only get one boost a week, and you’re still hounded with pop ups every 10 minutes to try out their creepiest feature - the super like. All of this on top of the inherent dating app negatives (ghosting, catfishing, creeps, excessive filters, etc) and you’re in for a miserable ride. Save yourself the stress and money and try literally any app other than Tinder. Or just go to a bar. You’ll spend about the same amount of money but at the very least you’ll get a good buzz.
  • img Community
    It’s on top to plan your first date and get hookups.
    img by Ganesh
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    This is the best dating apps for couples to make new relationship.
    img by Danielle
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When you're getting 2 people together that have never met, how can you prevent catfishing? With the right tools on your phone, you'll be able to create the kind of dating experience that you want, even virtually.
    img by Antonio
    2 weeks ago
  • img Expert Best Dating Apps of 2022

    Best Dating Apps of 2022

    We tested the most popular apps for dating to see which ones had the most user-friendly and fun experience while giving you the best shot at finding love during Covid-19. Here's what we found: 

  • img Expert
    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

  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Emily Alair
    Great app to meet people with. Wish the connect your Spotify account feature worked didnt have a bug. I can't remove individual artists from the list. Don't want people knowing I listen to Taylor Swift
  • My “Tinderella” Story Dec 31, 2021

    By Pedrotheoboe
    I downloaded Tinder because a few friends told me to. I was nervous because I figured it wasn’t something for me. I’ve always been the relationship type of person so I figured an app known for other things was definitely not where I’d find love. Unlike some of these bad reviews I didn’t buy Tinder gold or anything like that, I actually thought the regular app was quite fun. I honestly got addicted to it and would spend a lot of time swiping. I swiped right on this adorable, tall, guitar playing guy and we immediately matched (yay). He texted me first and we hit it off straight away. Turns out him and I went to the same college and everything. We had SOOO much in common. After getting my phone number and facetiming for a couple days, he picked me up and we went on our first date, which would be one of many many wonderful dates. Little did I know downloading Tinder would lead to meeting the love of my life. Just thought I should share my “Tinderella” story on here to let everybody know that while Tinder is super fun, it can also lead to something more than just somebody to text or talk to. :)

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  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Dale Yakin
    convenient and good service. A bit expensive relative to other options. Too many repeated profiles, especially if you've already indicated that you like one. Now too much text covering pictures.
  • Could always be better Dec 14, 2020

    By MsGenki
    Let me preface this by saying I’ve used a large amount of dating apps such as OKCupid, Plenty of Fish, Hinge, Meetme, and etc. over the span of 8 years but Tinder is probably the go to app; it’s fast, easy and pretty much condenses all that I want from most other apps into a simpler format. However, with this app being infamous for mainly hookups or casual encounters, the pickings for someone more substantial (platonic or romantic) is slim to say the least. As well, like in other apps, the amount of empty profiles or spam accounts overwhelms the amount of real people. I do wish that there was a sort of requirement of word count in each profile so that if someone IS serious about matching, they have a (somewhat) cohesive bio to show this. While I’ll always enjoy the interface and the simplicity of Tinder and don’t personally see myself off the app anytime soon (especially given the time I’m writing this) I do wish there were a more comprehensive way to weed out the casual from serious or the hookups from genuine friendships WITHOUT having to download yet another app.
  • Im banned :( Sep 9, 2021

    By angel </3
    So I’d like to think im pretty good about following guidelines. Now I understand that this is my fault, but I jokingly told a guy I was 15. I planned to tell the guy the truth, but I went to sleep with no response to the message. The next day I get on and I am banned! I tried to contact tinder to explain that I was in fact a legal adult, and even sent a front and back photo i.d. But, it was too late, and they had told me that I would stay banned from the app permanently. I wish tinder would lock your account to verify age and identity, instead of completely banning you. Many of my friends have been banned off tinder for reasons they aren’t even sure of. I am certain that there was no other reason for my ban, and I really enjoy tinder and the concept of the app. It is really upsetting. Im not trying to warn people off the app, or trying to get myself unbanned. But im just mostly trying to maybe propose that you guys give warnings, or second chances for people that are being banned for identity or age concerns. I really don’t think I actually committed any violations.
  • Trouble Unsubscribing Aug 28, 2020

    By DanFingerMan
    Why is it near impossible to unsubscribe? I logged into Tinder on the their website, clicked on settings and clicked “Manage Payment Account”. Then it shows a message saying I subscribed on the native app and that I should unsubscribe from there. No problem. I get on the app and go to my settings and guess what? THERE IS NO “Manage Payment Account” in the settings tab! So I try unsubscribing via Apple ID (iTunes), even though I paid directly with CC. Nothing was found under subscriptions either. Okay. I try to look for a link to customer support and there is literally no way to contact support unless you call them. Are you serious? Make it easier to unsubscribe for the sake of everything fair! I’m still stuck trying to figure out how the hell to unsubscribe before I get charged on my card again. It’s ridiculous how the developers remove the payment option on the app. In all fairness, the app is decent and you can find people to meet if you really put the effort into it. Just be careful when subscribing.
  • There’s always been bugs Oct 9, 2020

    By adam_and
    Tinder’s goal is to help you meet people, and it does that well, but getting there can be a struggle with all these bugs. The app constantly breaks when I swipe from a profile too the messages tab, things get hung up, even on a newer iPhone. Sometimes the app crashes. My biggest pet peeve is the fact that unless I turn on every form of notification for Tinder, I have a notice inside every conversation telling me to turn on notifications. I get a lot of notifications from Tinder, so I would like to have them sent to Notification Center without a banner, badge, or sound. The app constantly is reminding me to “turn notifications on!” even when they ARE on, just sent to the Notification Center. When I DO get notifications in my Notification Center, they never stack, so tinder notifications take up my whole screen. SOOO annoying. I like this app and I know it can be better, that’s why I’m being critical. Great work, but I hate the fact that my favorite dating app can be so frustrating.
  • It’s alright Sep 15, 2020

    By Joshua Helm
    Given the benefit of the doubt the app does seemingly have a lot of issues but overall it’s not the WORST experience possible. I think one of the biggest issues is the various prices for Tinder gold. Now they want to charge me $45/mo (I’m 19) whereas they want to charge my friend (keep in mind who is also 19) $15/mo. I’m not too sure what’s with the price discrepancy but I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s experienced this. $15 seems reasonable but $45 a month? Definitely won’t be happening. As for the user base, you find a LOT of bots but thats to be expected you can find a numerous amount of bots on seemingly any “dating app” that’s just how it is. So I won’t mark off too many points for that but another issue is the lack of finding people who like you. I could swipe right on everyone like a mad man (which I don’t WANT TO DO) and still not find a single person who liked me (which it’s not like I have 0 likes I have a good bit) I know this is probably a ploy for me to get the tinder gold but then we go back to the $45/mo issue.
  • It’s all about money and no results Jan 7, 2022

    By Gabz237
    The apps prices have significantly went up for the premium services than what they used to be and a bit more ridiculously priced from other apps. Like now you can’t see who’s swiped on you unless you have the gold service when it used to be on the plus service which plus practically serves no purpose and even now with having the gold service even though I can see who swipes on me it’s as if I don’t get any swipes because the app keeps promoting for you to buy boosts and I used the one free boost and got tons of swipes! But now not using boost and not wanting to pay for boost I get like 10 swipes a day and I’ve only had gold membership for a week now and I do swipe on other people as well and can see who is still in the que for who I have swiped on and it seems as though tinder isn’t showing me in their swipe stacks because I would of guessed those people to of swiped yes or no on me by now. The experience on here in general has been worst than it has in the past. As far as dating apps go Tinder has significantly went down and I would say try else where unless you want to spend a lot of money for no results and am already regretting my decision and it has been a huge waste of money. In the past it wasn’t that big of a deal because it was decently priced but now it costs a lot more for it to actually be considered a huge waste. After my subscription ends I’m for sure never downloading this app again.
  • Oh boy Jun 22, 2021

    By FazzieATX
    Just recently got out of a relationship and decided to dive back into the dating app world, and all I have to say is wow. Tinder has really slipped. What used to be a brilliantly simple and effective dating app has turned into a frustrating, convoluted, pay-walled mess. For Tinder to be even remotely useful, you have to pay for it. And once you do, you’re allowed features that are literally free on other apps. Wanna see who likes you? You’re going to have to pay more a month than you do on a Netflix subscription for that. Btw, Hinge does that for free. Wanna leave a comment on someone’s picture? Surely you can do that with the Gold membership, right? Nope. Gotta shell out even more money for ~platinum~. Guess who also does it for free? You got it. Hinge (and I think OKC too). And even after emptying your wallet on one of their higher subscription tiers, you still only get one boost a week, and you’re still hounded with pop ups every 10 minutes to try out their creepiest feature - the super like. All of this on top of the inherent dating app negatives (ghosting, catfishing, creeps, excessive filters, etc) and you’re in for a miserable ride. Save yourself the stress and money and try literally any app other than Tinder. Or just go to a bar. You’ll spend about the same amount of money but at the very least you’ll get a good buzz.
  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Kayley Ramirez
    I'm matching with ppl but it doesnt show me them, I have to reinstall the app a bunch to get it to show me. Its also not letting me talk to ppl, they'll message me and I'll try to reply but it says it failed to deliver even when i reinstall ://
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Michael Gilmore
    Something's wrong I think there's a bug in the system is not being addressed. I keep getting notified that I have matches I've even been notified that somebody sent me a message but when I open it look it's just a bunch of blank rectangles above the top so I'm unable to connect with anybody I matched with or respond any messages sent to me.
  • Jan 2, 2022

    By Michael Stites
    Tinder could find matches for you if they wanted. Thing is, they want you to pay to actually get matches. I'll get a few likes, pay for a month of gold to see who they are, and then the likes stop during the subscription period, unless I do a boost. When the month has lapsed, wouldn't you know it; more likes, and of course, I can't see them. I mean, what sort of incentive does Tinder have for matching people, if those people leave the platform once they find someone? It's borderline scamming.
  • Jan 17, 2022

    By Emily Hubbard
    I used to enjoy the app, but not so much anymore. The global feature doesn't work anymore, even with the membership. I just see the same people over and over that I'm not interested in. The new "features" aren't the greatest, swipe night is pretty irrelevant, and the questionnaires are pretty idiotic as well.
  • Super glitchy Jan 3, 2021

    By lilbennay
    I have had this app for years now. In the past year or two, it has become very glitchy. It takes forever to load conversations that I am trying to have real time, when opening the app via notification, it makes it even slower, it freezes from time to time forcing me to close the app and try again, the keyboard glitches out, and more. It makes trying to have a continuous conversation very hard. On top of that, a recent update with the option to allow video calls has made conversation hard. After a couple back and forth messages, a pop up will appear at the bottom of the screen, covering about 1/3 of the screen. It asks if you are fine with video calls with that specific person. I like that it seeks consent. The only way to get rid of the giant pop up is agreeing or disagreeing. When you open the keyboard with the pop up still there, it just moves up, covering your conversation. I used to like the app. But in the past year or so, it has gone downhill. The only reason I keep it is because it is the most commonly used app, meaning more chances of swiping. Otherwise, it’s not worth a lot of the effort the app forces on you.
  • You aren’t getting what you paid for! Dec 14, 2020

    By Jarv960
    Not sure why I’m paying for a service when you’re constantly being asked to pay to access new features. Without question, every time you log in the first swipe you are prompted with a message that says “upgrade your swipe with a super swipe” STOP TRYING TO GET ME TO WASTE MY RESERVES ON SOMEONE THATS POSSIBLY A FAKE ACCOUNT. Along with that just about every account here is a bot (sending links, or telling you to go to a website for premium content). I deleted my account restored my purchase and the same thing occurs. Im only matching with fake accounts. Continuing, what’s with the demographics of this app? There is no diversity? 90% of the profiles does not reflect the city I live in and this city has a melting pot of people, WHERE ARE THEY? Although I have the “Global” feature turned off, why I am I seeing accounts from 3k+ miles away If I have that feature turned on, it should be applied for people also using the passport feature, the same way you lock out accounts for the Gold and Platinum features.I understand you gotta make money so you allow this to continue but leave that crap to the non paying accounts!
  • They never fix ANYTHING Jun 7, 2021

    By I Gotta iPhone
    I’ve had the app for about 4 years now through college, and it’s been buggy since the first day i downloaded it. Will constantly crash, and it doesn’t seem they ever fix it. Currently i get profiles that say they’ve super liked me, but then after a right swipe, no match. This is just the beginning of the never ending bug cycle. But don’t worry about the bugs, they’ve already hatched up their new and improved membership plans! 🙄 Also good luck getting matches because, like I said the app never works properly. I’ve had a couple of successful meetups from the app, but they come in spurts. App is filled with mostly bot profiles and females who are “just looking for friends” or promoting IG and use Tinder as a power trip or confidence booster instead of its intended purposes. Also I’ve tested a theory a few times, and Tinder is just extremely inconsistent with its algorithm. One time I can have over 100 matches in a few months, and another time I’ll struggle to get 5 matches. Sadly still probably the best dating app there is, which is why I gave 2 stars instead of 1, but you’d think in 2021 we could do better.
  • Shadow bans Nov 15, 2020

    By Elijah219
    Tinder used to be amazing. When I first started using tinder, I’d wake up to dozens of matches a day. In my first week I’d have easily over a hundred matches and countless conversations with some pretty cool people. I made lots of new connections whether online or in person. But idk what’s happened over the last year or so. After the last couple times I’ve downloaded, I get almost no matches. It will say I have 100+ people who swiped on me but will literally get no more than 2-3 matches a week. My messages don’t go through, and matches randomly disappear during a good conversation. It’s extremely frustrating and the app is definitely playing people. Even the secret admirer function tells me to pick one of 4 cards that swiped on me... but when I pick one it says better luck next time. Every single time... there’s so many better apps out there that don’t do this. One starts with a B and another with an H. I’d highly suggest trying those out and deleting this useless app. This review would get one star except for the fact that tinder used to be good and I would’ve gave it 4-5 stars a couple years ago.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Emily L
    I had deleted this app a year ago because no matter how many times I tried to delete my account it wouldn't let me. Imagine my surprise when I get a $50 charge a year later -.- redownload it just to try and unsubscribe and delete and still run into the same issue.
  • Tinder went downhill Jan 16, 2022

    By Hardshot4488
    I don’t normally leave reviews but it’s really surprising to me how downhill Tinder has gone. Idk if there are just too many users now and people get put way down in the deck unless they buy the overpriced platinum membership or what, but it’s a night and day difference. Anecdotally, I used to get a dozen or more likes a day and at least 3 matches, and if I boosted I would get several dozens of likes by the end of the 30 minutes. Now I’ll be lucky to get a LIKE, let alone a match. I very rarely get matched with someone I liked first, which is completely different than it was a couple years ago. Idk if it’s because I came back to the app after a few years of inactivity (I was in a relationship), and Tinder sank the rating of my profile so low that I never get surfaced to other people. I’m not going to spend upwards of 50 bucks a month or whatever it is on a platinum membership to get the same experience I did a year and a half ago. App ratings have sunken since, prices of memberships have increased, and it just seems like the app is starting to die and they’ll die by squeezing out as much money out of you as they can. Fwiw even after I got a gold membership and used a boost, I still log in every day and see no likes. So I don’t even think paying money is an option for you to get in Tinder’s good graces unless you get the platinum membership. Just not worth it. Anyway, Hinge seems like a better option.
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Josh Me
    Completely ignores filters. distance set to 25 miles shows people in another country or shows people 7-10 years outside your age filter, this is with platinum! Also some profiles randomly have additional info like non smoker but there is no way to add it to your profile, overall would not recommend.
  • BANNED FOR NO REASON Jun 26, 2021

    By gậhch
    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 l'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 l'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 onlv 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...
  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Tihara Jamal
    I don't know why my review keeps getting pulled down. I am calling out Tinder's unfair tactics to ban people for no reason. When you reach out they do not tell you what you did nor do they have an appeal process in place to allow you to try to get your account back. They also do not give warnings so you can correct your behavior.
  • Revenge Reports Galore! Nov 7, 2021

    By Cinkat10
    I’ve been on Tinder for 3 years! I had no problems. Today, I matched with a guy who I had met previously on another app. He was rude and condescending. Today we matched on Tinder. We did not talk but a few hours later I was banned! I can only assume this individual revenge reported me. Apparently him being rude and hurtful wasn’t bad enough. I contacted Tinder, but just got an automated email saying there was nothing I could do and I violated the terms of service. I then got a “survey” where I said that I did not break any rules and I just received a generic email. They said they were sorry and will try again next time but there will not be a next time. Apparently, it is okay for others to be rude, threaten, and harass me. But I reject the wrong person and I get banned. Not okay! Those debating to download or not, do not download! I’m sure it is true with most dating apps, but they do not care about you! They do not truly look into situations. They can rarely admit they are wrong. But oh well, one day maybe people will realize that these apps are a scam and offer favor the “bad” person for whatever reason. Tinder, you need to reconsider your policies! If it is okay for someone to harass, threaten, etc. other people, then we should be allowed to defend ourselves and/or reject someone without being afraid of a ban! Also, get real people to email us and do not send a generic email. At least act like you care.
  • why take requests if you don’t make appeals Mar 21, 2021

    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.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Tyrus Cobb
    For some reason I will swipe right on someone and 3 or 4 people later it's the same person I just swiped right on. This happens almost daily and it still counts towards my daily likes. This needs to be fixed. Also paying for plus or gold isn't worth it. The capabilities don't match the price, you're pretty much just paying to see who likes you.
  • Banned for no reason??? May 28, 2021

    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.
  • Jan 23, 2022

    By Ryan Todd
    It will give you notifications of a message but when you go to open it its gone or wont open. this app is trash. everyone is over 100 miles away. I live in a very decent size town and I'm sure I'm not the only person using or have used this app in the city of wenatchee, complete rip-off, always asking you to upgrade to see likes. Waste of time and money.

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