You sign up through Facebook, and the app pulls your information (name and age), photos (one main photo and five others from Facebook or your phone), and location.
There’s also a section for including things like your gender and where you work or went to school.
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Some other information Tinder pulls from Facebook, which doesn’t really have anything to do with your profile, includes your interests and mutual friends and friends of friends of other members.
Tinder will use this information to make match suggestions, and you’ll swipe right on the people you like and left on the people you don’t.