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The app was created by Whitney Wolfe, who is one of Tinder's co-founders.
Potential matches are unlimited and your feed updates as you move around your city.- You see where you and potential matches have crossed paths on a map and the exact time you crossed paths, along with how many times you've bumped into each other.- You " X" or "Serious about getting into a relationship?
Match has of different ways to meet people, but you'll have to spend money, time, and effort in creating a profile and going through the pool of potential matches.
If you really don't want to see anyone's mirror shots, gym selfies, or pictures from their last fishing trip, this is not the app for you. Dating App Price: Free, Tinder Plus: .99 or .99 if you're 30 or older What You Need To Know:- You get unlimited potential matches, so the fun doesn't stop.- You can swipe right or left or up aka "Super Like" on potential matches.
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