It also allows you to link your Instagram account with the Tinder profile.With this basic setup, it then asks for your preferences in the discovery section where it allows you to choose who you see and the distance and age group within which you want to see the people around.
There are a set of questions that you need to answer for yourself and also fill in potential answers for you match.
This above set up creates a percentile score and finds matches for you based on your compatibility.
It basically uses your Facebook profile to choose profiles which have mutual friends or some common interest with you.
You can then either choose to swipe left (Reject) or Swipe Right (Like) on each of the picture that comes up.
It connects you to friends of friends and not just shows you your mutual friends but also shows you the things in common and it does this by making you answer a couple of questions and the interface of this question answer sessions is just like Tinder, if the answer it ‘No’ just swipe left and if it’s vice versa then swipe ‘Right’.
The app offers a human touch which lacks in most of the app, in case you want to know more about the match you can ask your friends in common.
Almost similar to Tinder the app offers some other features as well which makes it superior to Tinder.
It depends on your Facebook friend list to find your matches.
It’s become really normal to ask out people and meet them through the social networking dating apps and despite this fact, you ask anyone using them, the first comment that comes out is that it sucks.