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In 2015 Tinder announced that 15% of the Australian population had joined the app.
Tinder is free but there are premium features like the ability to see who's swiped right on you, which start from .99 for one month.
If you use this app you'll be presented with a series of topics to love or hate by swiping right or left.
After you've hated enough, you'll start to see user profiles who match your preferred age, location and dislikes.
The app then shows you profiles that fit your criteria and you swipe right or left on people you like the look and sound of (or don't).
If you swipe right on someone and they also swipe right on you, it's a match and you can start a conversation.
Tinder is the app that brought the "swipe right" formula into the mainstream.
Here's how it works: rather than complete complicated questionnaires and detailed profiles to find your matches, you simply upload some photos of yourself, a bit of a bio and a preferred age and distance radius for potential matches.
It can get laborious, particularly if you get lots of matches who never both to send a message.
You get the opportunity to like specific parts of people's profiles to start a conversation and you don't have to match to get in touch.
Hinge also offers thoughtful features like conversation reminders to reduce 'ghosting' caused by busyness or just plain forgetfulness.
Women interested in men are sent profiles of guys who've already expressed an interest – the idea being you don't have to get excited about some guy who never messages.
Helpfully, once you're matched the app also supplies ice-breaker questions to get the conversation going.