Wikipedia apps for location based dating
The two, Skout's chief executive officer and chief technology officer respectively, relaunched the network in 2009 as a dating and people discovery application and website after recognizing over 80% of the site's users were using it as a dating platform. - it uses the ‘Meet People’ search settings and instantly matches Skouters who share similar interests.
SKOUT extended its services from 14 languages to 16 languages including Malay and Vietnamese in 2016.
If two users like each other it then results in a "match" and they are able to chat within the app.
In March 2015, Tinder announced the public release of its paid service, Tinder Plus, a feature allowing unlimited matches, whereas the free Tinder app limits the number of right swipes in a 12-hour period.
The Boost feature lets the user have the top profile in the area for thirty minutes.
Tinder is among the first "swiping apps", whose users employ a swiping motion to choose photos of other users, swiping right for potentially good matches and swiping left on a photo to move to the next one.
SKOUT is the developer of a location-based social networking and dating application and website.
SKOUT was one of the first dating and mobile people discovery applications to emphasize generalized user location.
The site also has verified profiles for public figures, so that celebrities and other public figures can verify they are who they are when using the app.
Instead of swiping right for a profile, the user swipes up.