If you swipe left or hit a cross symbol, the profile disappears with ‘NOPE’ stamped across their forehead.
Swipe right, or hit the heart, and it says: ‘LIKED.’ Mutual right swipes result in a match, with a prompt to either send a message or ‘Keep playing!
‘I would absolutely have concerns about 13-year-olds on Tinder,’ he said.
Tinder was set up in August 2012 by three American university graduates Justin Mateen, Sean Rad and Jonathan Badeen.
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Users are asked to flick through the profiles and pictures of other members and rate them for sexual attraction.
Yet his life was still in tatters last night as the sordid details of his online 'addiction' – which saw him indulge in 'sexy chat' and spanking sessions with a child who was slightly built and weighed less than six stone – were laid bare.
At an age where she should have been playing Minecraft she was hurled into the middle of a very different game, one where there could be no winners.
’ A ‘swipe right’ has already entered the global language of dating.‘We realised there’s an inherent tension that exists between people,’ founder Sean Rad said at the time of launching.
‘You’re either going after a relationship, and you’re the aggressor, and you feel like you’re prone to rejection – or someone’s going after you, and you feel bombarded and annoyed, which means you have to do the rejecting yourself.’In a prepared statement, Tinder said: ‘There will always be people that will try to violate our terms of service.