At any given moment, the main page of Tinder will show a potential match, whose images, interests, mutual friends, and description one can browse.Each match appears looking initially like the picture below on the left, from which one can pull up profile details, which display like the screen on the right: Users have two options when presented with a potential match: swipe right on the phone/tablet's touch screen (or, alternately, press the button with a heart on it) to signal interest in meeting the match; or swipe left (or press the button with a red X on it) if not interested.Probably the funniest problem Tinder's run into is that it's become so popular with celebrities that they've had to implement verification for notable users, so that, say, Lindsay Lohan (a confirmed Tinder user) doesn't have to convince matches that she is, in fact, Lindsay Lohan.As with most social networking sites of any scale, Tinder has been embraced by marketers, perhaps most prevalently nude webcam performers and other sex workers trying to drum up business.If both users swipe right / click the heart, then Tinder opens up a chat thread for the two of them.
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The full tweetstorm is hard to summarize, but its apex was probably the preposterous claim that North Koreans are on Tinder: At this point, it's fair to wonder — what in the world is Tinder, and why should I care about their Twitter behavior?
So here's a brief guide to the app, its history, and its immature (and sometimes worse than immature) management.
It doesn't always have to be about women or health.
Sometimes we just wanna talk about general, random things.