It's a bit of a pain getting signed up (you have to jump through a few hoops to get it to recognise non-US locations) and ultimately operates a paid membership programme, but in the world of happy swiping, it's antiquated feel is quite refreshing.
There's also Android and i OS apps to complement the web platform.
Instead of taking the time to treat people like individuals, which is so 2013, these programs streamline the matching process by liking everyone that's around you.
Numerous third-party apps boast this functionality, but Tools for Tinder is the fastest and most sophisticated.
The premium version gives you access to loads of filters (useful when you're about to like 1,000 people) and other neat stuff, like background auto-liking and the ability to manually change your GPS location (so you can scout potential matches at places you're travelling to in advance).
These are the best Tinder alternatives (and a nod to our favourite Tinder add-on).
How I Used Tinder to Travel the World Another annoying thing about Tinder is that actually arranging a date can take ages.