“This is like choosing a flavor of ice cream: sometimes you are surprised by a good chocolate and other times you have to make do with vanilla.” There have been several attempts to make a national application to connect couples, but in the end those with an international reach are successful, because many Cubans want to connect with foreigners.
In his profile photo he wears a tight T-shirt and a thick gold chain around his neck.
The success of Tinder, created in 2012 in the United States by Sean Rad, Justin Mateen, Jonathan Badeen and Ramón Denia, is largely due to the fact that it has simplified the act of making contact.
Unlike other dating tools such as Ok Cupid, Match, Meetic and e Darling, this tool avoids long questionnaires and algorithms that seek affinity between one user and another.
In its interface, translated into 24 languages and available in 196 countries, you only need to take a quick look to select or remove a candidate.
“I go into my Tinder account and look for women who are closest, it’s a question of waiting.” Her preference is “thin mulattos,” but a few days ago she met “an impressive blonde,” she says. They make an appointment to meet at the corner of 23 and M half an hour later.