Dating in rio de janeiro
You have the opportunity to chat and you can’t lose anything by that.” An American girl living in Rio uses it and is not a huge fan.
Tinder’s success may be due to it being incredibly simple: based on a photo, the user has the option to swipe to the right if he or she likes the person and to the left if he or she does not.
If there is a match (and both parties like each other), the users will be informed immediately.
It also only shows users within a certain proximity (up to 160 kilometers) and users cannot elect to talk to people in a different city.
The app is thus primarily based on convenience and for that reason, has been deemed by some as a “hook-up app” above all else.