"When I had it, I went though all the guys in a 100-mile radius in a day." A few weeks later, however, "it was all people were talking about."Over the weekend, there was even a Tinder-themed house party at a Provo apartment."Looking for a safe, comfortable environment to make that initial contact with your tinder [sic] match? "Come lay all doubts aside and invite all your tinder [sic] matches and all your other friends to the first ever Tinder party!It is not explicit about its costs or its services.
Blendr, the Grindr team's straight spin-off, has reached an audience of 177 million users, but making dating apps for straight people isn't the same as making ones for gay men, and research showing how men and women use dating apps and websites differently could explain why.
Let your Tinder dreams become a reality.""Provo is known for getting married as fast as possible," Mease said, but dating apps and websites could change the way students meet their future spouse because it's more convenient. If it doesn't go well in chat, you don't have to give them your number."Mease never used a dating app or website before Tinder, but has now been dubbed the "Tinder guru" by her friends. But now I have over 100 matches, so I just keep doing it."Mease's story isn't unique.
According to a poll Tinder conducted in January, 96% of its users had never used a dating app before.
Mutual also offers an option for LDS singles to share where they went on their mission, the app's creator and founder, Cooper Boice, told the Deseret News.
"It's a mobile app, so it doesn’t require being on your laptop like some of the older LDS dating sites," he said.