Profiles consist only of a first name, an age, a 500-character description, and up to six photos.
If the user likes a profile they "swipe right" and if they don't, they "swipe left".
The app only allows users to exchange messages if two users match by both swiping right on each other.
This formula has been incredibly successful - with over 50 million users, Tinder has become a serious contender in the online dating world.
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