In March 2015, Tinder announced the public release of its paid service, Tinder Plus, a feature allowing unlimited matches, whereas the free Tinder app limits the number of right swipes in a 12-hour period.
It has met with controversy over limiting the number of "likes" a free user can give in a certain amount of time, as well as charging prices for different age groups.
However, once you have matches on the app, you were able to send "Tinder Moments" to each of a user's matches at once, allowing each match to like or not like the photos.
The site also has verified profiles for public figures, so that celebrities and other public figures can verify they are who they are when using the app.
As of late 2014, an estimated 50 million people use the app every month with an average of 12 million matches per day.
However, to get to those 12 million matches, users collectively make around 1 billion swipes per day. As of June 2016, If a user of Tinder who is below the age of 18 attempts to use the app, they are met with cards on their deck stating that Tinder is no longer usable by anyone under 18, and that the Tinder team is developing a new app especially for their age group.
It then allows the user to either swipe right or left.
Tinder says that Super Likes makes it three times as likely for users to find a match.
The Boost feature lets the user have the top profile in the area for thirty minutes.This feature was released for the US, UK, and Canada.a members-only service, offering their most exclusive features: Passport, Rewind, Unlimited Likes, five Super Likes per day, one Boost per month, and more profile controls.Using Facebook, Tinder is able to build a user profile with photos that have already been uploaded.Based on the results of potential candidates, the app allows the user to anonymously like another user by swiping right or pass by swiping left on them.If two users like each other it then results in a "match" and they are able to chat within the app.