The app won’t allow you to start dating unless you have at least a 30 per cent verification score. For example, I tried to create my account with Gmail id, which gave me only 10 per cent score and I could not log in.Logging in with your Facebook profile or Photo Id however gives the required 30 per cent score.
Additionally, it also asks you to choose your hobbies (at least three) from a series of hashtags such as #Travel Buff, #Artsy, #Foodie or you can add your own.
The verification process may sound tedious, but there’s more to it. Truly Madly assigns percentage to different mediums you log in with.
Tinder therefore could not stay far behind in our list.
It isn’t entirely similar to Truly Madly as it gives you a number of settings through which you can date ‘differently’.
It even offers vivacious stickers to express things you might or might not be able to ‘describe in words’.
One needs to obviously create a profile on the app first.
Tinder shows you the name, age, picture and short description of people and you can swipe right to choose or left. Now, what Tinder does differently is that it offers varied options to personalise your dating experience.
For example, one can just switch off the discovery of their profile and only keep chatting to the people one has liked.
First up, to log in, you need to have a Facebook account.