You'll also need a Facebook account to log in; this is necessary for Tinder to attempt to match you with people with whom you have friends or interests in common, and also take basic details such as your age and any photos you allow to appear on your Tinder profile.
The people we've spoken to about Tinder like it because it's so simple: there's no 400-question registration process, and it doesn't put you in a box for - as an example - saying you're a non-smoker when actually you have been known to indulge on occasion and wouldn't particularly mind dating someone who smokes.
There are a few benefits to Plus: for one, it makes Tinder ad-free.
Here we explain what Tinder is, how to use it, why it's so popular, and more, including why you might not be getting any interest.
I've lost track of the number of friends who've asked me about Tinder.
Only a few years ago online dating was that thing many of us assumed that only desperate or creepy people did, and no-one dared admit to searching for or having met their partner online; today, it's the easiest way for singles to meet new people, and it seems as though all the single ladies (and men) are doing it.
There are plenty of great dating apps out there, but there's one app in particular people are using: Tinder.