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As The Huffington Post noted, Tinder has become so popular “it is now a verb.” Part of its appeal is the fact that Tinder is not a lonely endeavor like online dating can be, where you sit in front of a computer sorting through profiles and creating your own.
In fact, most people use Tinder with their friends in social settings, so when you’re meeting friends for a drink chances are one or more of you is logging in. Unfortunately, Tinder doesn’t take into account your Facebook relationship status.
So, it enables people to cheat if they feel so inclined.
You sign up with your Facebook account to ensure some level of identity verification (though your membership is not announced to your Facebook friends via your page, feed, etc.).
The app then matches you to other Tinder users in the area around you – whether you’re at home, at work, in a bar, or on a trip.
Described by some news outlets as “the next Facebook,” it has made the concept of both mobile and online dating more socially acceptable.
Part of the reason for this according to founder Justin Mateen, is that mobile phones – and smartphones in particular - have become so ubiquitous.