"We don't discourage people from Tinder," he said in February 2015.
He added apps like Tinder are primarily used for dating and hooking up -- not marriage.
Users can change their interests whenever they want, and if they do, the app will update their possible matches for the following day.
Once singles have chosen their interests, they are encouraged to create their very own personalised quiz.
Clikd, one of the latest apps to hit the online dating market, is following the same trend, but doing something new – matching singles based on their answers to personalised quizzes.
The app lets singles build their own picture-based questionnaires, either by choosing from pre-prepared questions or uploading photos and creating their own, which prospective matches must answer correctly in order to match with them.
Each quiz is compiled of three questions, made up of two images and a short sentence.
After singles download the dating app, they sign up to Clikd via Facebook and the app pulls information from their account to help build a profile.The company is making the updates during its busiest time of year.The first three days of January are historically e Harmony's biggest registration days.e Harmony is rolling out more new features, such as enabling real-time text messaging, to its mobile and desktop site this week.It is also adding a tool called "The Two of You Together," which highlights why it thinks two people are matches.
The questionnaire will still be available to those who choose to fill it out.