Question: Do I Really Have 99+ Likes On Tinder?

Does everyone have 99+ likes on tinder?

The 99+ likes is supposedly the number of times your profile has been liked or rather been swipped right to.

Like I’ve on multiple occasions had the 25+ likes but after matching with like 3 girls, the likes go down to 10+ and I don’t get any more matches.

So all that swiping for 3 more matches..

Does tinder lie about likes?

It isn’t a false lead but someone has probably swiped right on your profile but you won’t actually show a match unless you swipe right on them when their profile is displayed. The thing I don’t like about Tinder is they if someone does swipe right on you, they don’t tell you even when their profile shows up.

How many likes does the average person get on tinder?

When Tinder first started doing this, you had 120 Likes per 12 hours. Then they decreased it to 100. Now it appears to be even lower than that for most users. If you’re a guy, for instance, you’re probably getting more like 50 Likes per 12 hours.

Is it worth it to see who liked you on tinder?

So, is it worth it to you? In short, if you want to find out who liked you before you swipe on them, and are willing to pay 5 dollars a month (on top of Tinder Plus’ 10 dollars) to find out, then yes, Tinder Gold is probably worth it. Update: Tinder Gold shows you people on whom you already swiped left.

What does 99+ mean on tinder?

When a Tinder user has 99+ likes on Tinder, it means that 99 or more people have liked their profile. If you’re an attractive person or live in a crowded city, it’s not uncommon to have over 99 likes consistently.

What does 3+ mean on tinder?

(+ some error threshold)It means 3 (+ some error threshold) people swiped right on you and you haven’t swiped left on them, so there are possible matches waiting for you.