They’ll be using pseudonyms for the sake of human decency.Tinder’s strongest point is the fact that you can only talk to someone if you’ve mutually liked each other.Unfortunately there aren’t too many cuties to choose from, but you’ll get a good laugh out of those who fill in the blank after “How about we…” with things that just don’t make sense! Sometimes we just need to get away from it all and its not possible in real life.This feels so much like Friendster when it comes to viewing profiles.
I also like that the button says “I’m intrigued”, a sign that this app was meant for people who can actually understand that word. I get the feeling this app is trying to be many things at the same time.You have your profile, you have your matches, which are different from your visitors, who are also different from the people on your Quickmatch (which is OKCupid’s Tinder-ish feature but not really).The second I signed up I was bombarded with come-ons in really bad English. But after all the effort and built-up excitement it turns out that the app is basically pointless unless you pay up.I do slightly appreciate the way you are able to get into contact with one of your matches (you send them 5 questions, they send you 5 back, you get to talking), but not being able to see anyone’s face is too much to ask. By making people think up of date ideas as part of their profile, it’s a great way to see how people think, and what they like.