Previously you could like and swipe as many people as you wanted, but nowadays the amount of likes you can do in one 24 hour period is limited to around 100. So the bad news is there currently isn’t a way to use Tinder without using your Facebook account.
Here are some tips to keep your Tinder activity as under wraps as possible.
Users are able to use one Super Like every 24 hours, so be sure to save it for someone who really gets your blood pumping!
Tinder previously revealed its plans to introduce a new "Super Like" feature to its popular dating application.
The firm announced that the feature is rolling out in an update to users in Australia first (as a sort of test bed) and will allow them a third swipe opiton.
Where swiping left says "Nope" and swiping right says "Yes", swiping up will now "Super Like".
Online dating has been around for a while now and it's something most people have probably tried (and perhaps become tired of) at some point or another.
However, with the surge in popularity of smart devices and their accompanying apps, it was only a matter of time until someone came up with a clever way of merging online dating with your phone.If Tinder isn’t your thing, or you don’t want to pay £15 a month for unlimited swiping, then you might want to check out Bumble, a largely similar application, created by one of the founders of Tinder, that aims to empower women by putting them in control of who they message.It’s a very decent application and will likely give Tinder some cause for concern in the coming months and years.You can also see how Tinder compares to Happn, a location based dating service, and OKCupid, which is one of the biggest, data-centric dating applications on the planet.Both are great and often you’ll get the best results when using all three –– or four, if you include Bumble. Tinder uses Facebook profiles to authenticate real people and keep what the app believes is “quality control” to the highest possible level.Tinder got there first, and has really revamped mobile dating into something many existing online services are now trying to mimic. It also uses your Facebook profile to match you up with people of similar interests and your Facebook likes as well as finding your location.