Yes, it is an easy way for non-relationship people to get easy access (no pun intended) to others who want a no-strings-attached rendezvous, too.
I know Tinder gets a bad rap, but I know plenty of people who have met on it — and not in a hook-up-type way.
I think it is like seeing a cute person in a bar or bookstore and is simply another medium to meet people.
For instance, I avoid guys with mentions of sex or pot or excessive drinking.
And I know you probably checked out the person's pictures already, but make sure you see all of them, not just the profile one.
I love that Tinder links to mutual Facebook friends.
This makes it seem like meeting a friend of a friend (FOAF) at a party instead of an Internet vacuum of strangers, a big plus of Tinder over other sites. I know the Tinder “profiles” are only a few sentences, but as a writer, I know the power of words when I see them.
Sure, you can easily find someone to hook up with on dating apps, but can you find love on Tinder?
Through my own Tinder experience, I learned that whatever standards you set, you can find the right Tinder match (and I met my last boyfriend on it after trying just about every site out there).