Mobile dating app
This means if you want to try out Tinder without risking any greenbacks, you can.
Just know that you won't be using the full app and it will be designed to nudge you toward their premium package (a.k.a. A recent update to Tinder, however, made Tinder Plus more pricey than most of their users were willing to pay. Like its online dating counterparts, once Tinder users sign up for Tinder Plus, their subscription is renewed and their account is charged automatically every month.
This is partially due to the type of audience these sites are trying to serve, people who are looking to be matched on a deep level with people they could potentially spend the rest of their lives with.
But what if you're just looking for someone to meet up with for some casual romance?
When you subscribe to an online dating service and you want a refund, you can go straight to the site to get that refund (depending on which site it is, you might get that refund and you might not).
But when you use Tinder, because you purchase the app through an app store like i Tunes, Google Play, or another app store, refunds have to be obtained through your app store.
This can cause some confusion and frustration with Tinder users, but it is written in their terms and conditions and on their i Tunes pages for all users to see: "Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current 1 month period.
Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's i Tunes Account Settings after purchase.
Let's start at the very beginning: unlike many of the other online dating services we've reviewed on our site, Tinder is not a website.Members rate other dater purely on their photos and a short one liner.There's not much depth in actually getting to know the daters until both members have matched.Instead, it is found strictly via mobile app to be used on most smartphones and tablets.As we'll discuss below, the way the app functions relies very much on the touchscreen features on mobile devices.