It's mainly for hookups. There are people who find relationships on Tinder, but they are as rare as four leaf clovers!
Ona more serious note though, Tinder is not the place to be looking for a relationship. You're better off using regular, proper dating sites like Okcupid, Match. com or eharmony, because most people on these sites are actually looking for relationships.
most guys are there for hooking up, and most girls are there looking for a relationship :P funny how that happens haha your going to deal with a lot of guys just looking for one night but every now and again you'll find a guy whos looking for love :)
I've never even been flirted with on there but I do think it's more of a hook up thing online.
90% of the time it is just hooking up, 5% end up in relationships while the remaining 5%attemot relationships that go nowhere.
Tinder is worthless. Girls say they don't want hookups and they want a genuine guy. I show them I'ma genuine guy and go on dates with them... but all my dates only last 1 date and I never see them again. That's the trend I heard about on tinder.
-You meet someone -Go on one date -Never see them again
I use Tinder. And I don't use it for hookups, but for dating purposes, getting to know people and seeing what happens. I have seen serious relationships happen between people that met on tinder, but most of the people on there are not looking for anything serious.
Funny you should mention this. I met my SO on Tinder two months. We haven't had sex yet although we've talked about it.
Prior to that I was on Match and dated a guy that turned to a friends with benefits situation. Don't get me wrong, the sexual chemistry was great.
So it can go either way. If a guy on Tinder (or any site) doesn't reply with an email with substance then he's probably interested in something quick and a hookup. My SO while we were messaging, sent me lengthy ones with substance. On our first date, we talked from 8 pm to 5:30 am the next morning. That's how great the date was. Anything is possible.
Tinder is dangerous. It's a hook up app. I strongly suggest getting involved in your community if you're looking for THE one. Do community service. Get out there and get involved. Furthermore I'd like to add that you will never be content with someone else unless you yourself are content being alone.
I matched with someone who went to my high school and we actually had a class together but never talked or anything. It was the first time I had met up with someone from tinder but he asked and i said "ok but we aren't hooking up". I was his first relationship. 10 months later.. Just on Monday he broke up with me because he couldnt commit. So in short... It can be. But most of the time the guys aren't looking for stuff long term i think unless you really hit it off