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Whether you diligently read profiles or halfheartedly swipe on elevator rides, let’s face it, dating apps make meeting that special someone a little easier.
Sure, it may take a full five minutes to brainstorm your witty opening message, but that definitely beats the awkwardness of approaching the hottie in the Trader Joe’s checkout line.
Health and safety are paramount and users have the options to publicly disclose their HIV status and the date on which they were last tested for STIs.Users view images of matches based on proximity, and may click for profiles and to privately message once someone has piqued their interest.To avoid ads, members can upgrade to Grindr Xtra, which also comes with unlimited likes and blocks, as well as additional filters and the chance to view up to 600 potential matches.Users can create a Tinder profile with Facebook photos and start searching within minutes.
Upgrading to Tinder Gold includes additional perks, including the chance to rewind and re-swipe users you’ve already seen, the ability to see who likes you before you swipe, and unlimited likes.“There's been a lot more trans girls on Grindr and straight guys only looking for trans. It's way more open.” Just last week, the app introduced options for users to identify their personal pronouns as “he/him,” “she/her,” or “they/theirs” as well as multiple options for gender identification, including “non-binary,” “transwoman,” “woman,” “non- conforming,” and “queer.” Despite it’s reputation, Grindr’s users may indicate if they are open to deeper connections on their profiles and the app doesn’t allow for nudity in public pictures.
“Absolutely more [users] are looking for relationships rather than sex.