Tinder Isnt Just For Iphone Users Anymore

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Tinder Isn’t Just for iPhone Users Anymore

Julie Spira

Written by: Julie Spira

Julie Spira

Julie Spira is a leading online dating expert and founder of CyberDatingExpert.com. She’s the bestselling author of The Perils of Cyber-Dating and creates irresistible profiles for singles.

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Are you envious of your iPhone friends who are flirting away on the Tinder mobile dating app?

Since last fall, Tinder has taken the online dating world by storm. Recently, former Miss USA Nana Meriwether’s Tinder profile was spotted and the story went viral.

If someone single and gorgeous like Miss USA is using Tinder, should you possibly add it to your online dating arsenal as well?

Up until now, only if you had an iPhone could you use this trendy hot app while looking for love online.

I met two of the co-founders of Tinder, Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, and congratulated them on their success with their expansion this week to the Android platform.

The two shared that Tinder has a large number of success stories and even some engagements to their credit, so toss away the stigma your friends are telling you.

Tinder isn’t only for hookups!

The hot news is:

Tinder

isn’t just for iPhone users anymore either.

Rad told TechCrunch that users have rated more than seven billion profiles, with the app having served more than 100 million matches in all.

Not bad for a dating app that wasn’t on the radar only a year ago.

 

“Tinder doesn’t appear to be

slowing down at all.”

If you haven’t downloaded the Tinder apps yet, they use a “Hot or Not” approach. Tinder has become the hot social dating app and shows no sign of losing momentum.

Connecting with your Facebook profile, you can be matched with singles close to your proximity and in a split second, vote on them based upon how attractive they appear to you.

Mutual matches have the opportunity to connect, flirt and even schedule a date offline.

Mobile dating is here to stay.

While you might think this is a shallow approach to digital dating, mobile dating apps are here to stay, and both men and women have proven to be visual in their quest.

Tinder plans to expand internationally and doesn’t appear to be slowing down at all.

Are you using Tinder? Have you gone on a date using a mobile dating app?

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