Tinder and Lovoo are the two dating apps that are currently in the first two ranks of the top-selling apps on Android (July 2019). And we're not talking about the most successful dating apps, but about the top-selling apps of all (apart from gaming). In the case of Tinder, that translates into monthly sales of almost $21 million. If that doesn't whet your appetite for the secrets of dating app development, what else can?
Developing an excellent dating app can be achieved by contacting a top mobile app development agency that know what it takes to ensure that such app becomes a success. Mobile app like Tinder costs around $7,000. Here are some of the features that we will integrate into the development of your dating app to make it easier for users to fall in love with it:
Tinder goes one step further with Facebook login and picks up some relevant data from your Facebook profile in order to feed it into your Tinder profile. The data protection officer is sparking again like a table fireworks display - the user generally finds it very practical not to have to re-enter everything from name to age to the schools visited.
Positioning is one of the easiest finger exercises for any app developer and can be done with little code. The determination of the distance is computationally intensive and a long formula can be easily solved by simply inserting and copying it. From a technical point of view, it is a great benefit provider with comparatively little effort and therefore a must for every serious dating app
Searching for a partner only works really well if you have many users at the start. Conversely, this also means that you should have the necessary knowledge in the design of databases in order to process large amounts of data and compute-intensive operations. In the case of Tinder, Mongo, DynamoDB and Redis are used here. With these techniques, many thousands of accesses per second can be processed with latency times in the single-digit millisecond range.
The chat is the next important point when there has been a match. In principle, there are few technical hurdles here. This can be implemented quite efficiently with service workers. The chat also offers good opportunities to get more information about the user. Tinder enables, for example, the "liking" of a post, which again gives a tasty ranking factor.
There is no dating app without push notifications. It is absolutely essential to use this trigger to keep our hook model running. We want to inform the user of every positive event and thus bring him back into the app. A match is definitely worth a push note. Technically, this can be implemented with Google's Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) across operating systems and without great effort.
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Every dating app has to contend with jokers who set grandmas, private parts or dog as a profile picture. It may be funny to the jokers but not to the other users. You are liable to avoid illegal content as the operator of such a platform. When developing a dating app, it is essential to have a strategy ready on how to deal with such profiles and how to discover them.
With increasing success, a dating app will come more and more into the focus of various protectors. The privacy advocates come right after the unemployed lawyers who punish imprint "crimes". Shortly afterward you have to deal with heavier guns. Protection of minors is always an issue, which is why dating apps are generally only available from the age of 18.
This might be the reason why Tinder does not explicitly state that more consumption also leads to a better ranking in the app. There are legal dangers lurking here, which only become noticeable if an app is successful.
Lovoo recently had some problems because someone came up with the obvious idea that the location of a user can be determined just as accurately by giving a relatively precise distance. All you have to do is change location three times, draw circles around your own location according to the specified distance and you have found the other's location. This is called lateration and is actually old hat. Nevertheless, the dating app has turned it a pretty thick thread. Distance information should therefore be accurate to a maximum of 100m - at least that is the limit with which Lovoo is currently working.
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