Unlike most technologies that are gushed about, Tinder can genuinely lay claim to having had a disruptive impact and its popularity is easy to understand (despite what we now think of it).
Free to use and with a UI that's simple to the point of remedial, its rapid-fire approach to matchmaking has since been aped by numerous developers, while online dating's gentrification has continued apace. Whether you're looking for love or just a casual fling, there's plenty of competition around.
Streamlining things to this extent won't be to everyone's taste, of course, so if you're shy or just getting used to the idea of online dating, there's probably better options out there.
If swiping right is as natural as shoving a Johnny in your back pocket before a night out though, check it out.
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These are the best Tinder alternatives (and a nod to our favourite Tinder add-on).
How I Used Tinder to Travel the World Another annoying thing about Tinder is that actually arranging a date can take ages.
But those funds can invest in a wide array of securities, and it’s not always easy for investors to investigate what’s inside the funds they own.
You can spend hours poring over mutual fund prospectuses, and still not fully grasp everything your 401(k) is invested in.
Hinge is currently limited to London and apparently thinks 'rando' is an acceptable use of the English language, but on the bright side, it's available for both Android and i OS.
How to Choose the Best Profile Photos for Online Dating Down is similar to Hinge, but has a much naughtier streak.
When we decided to make sure our own 401(k) options were fossil free and socially responsible, we thought it would be simple.