Another curiosity was the backlog of people I would get when travelling.I was 4000 miles away, and the app 'scanned my location', yet potential Tinder matches from my previous location were still popping up.
The best part, however, is that if you swipe yes, and the other person swipes no, they'll never know. You can change which images appear, but only to other photos from your Facebook account, by going to your profile, accessible through the menu located in the top left hand corner of the app.
From here, you can also change Tinder's settings, including the maximum distance of suggested matches, as well as age range and sexual preference.
Tapping on someone's photo lets you scroll through the rest of their images, as well as giving you information about any mutual friends or shared Facebook interests.
If you swipe yes, and the other person does too, you'll get a notification, and that person will be added to your Tinder matches so that you can message them, if you so desire. Simply log in with your Facebook account, and the app automatically imports up to 6 of your profile images.
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