Singletons, rejoice Tinder’s most active swiping day of the year is January 2nd, with peak hours running from 7pm-10pm

  • Tinder announced that Jan 2, 2022, will be the busiest day for it
  • As these peak hours are at their highest, it is recommended that you log on between 7pm and 10pm.
  • Tinder revealed in January that its members would soon have the option to choose from a number of “2022 Goals” within their Explore page.

Tinder is the most popular dating app in the world and its busiest day to swipe is right now.

February 2nd, also known as Dating Sunday is when the largest number of singles use the dating app to search for love.

Tinder suggests that singletons should log on between 7pm-10pm.

Tinder shared this blog post: “Just like midnight on NYE, the time to be dancing on the dancefloor and watching the fireworks or talking to your crush is 7-10pm on Dating Monday to discover a new love on the app.

“So you can cancel any other plans because Tinder should only be seen at prime time.

January 2nd is known as Dating Sunday, and is the day that sees the most singletons take the app on the quest for love

January 2nd is also known by Dating Sunday. It is the day when most singles sign up for the app in search of love.

Tinder’s Top Tips for Finding Love on Dating Sunday

  1. Your bio should include at least three passions or interests, five photos / videos and 11 words
  2. On Sunday, 7-10 PM, be online for prime time
  3. IRL second, digital first – Before meeting in person, you can video chat before. 

Tinder, the most downloaded dating app in the world, has been downloaded over 450,000,000 times since its launch back in 2012.

App uses location-based technology that connects people with their profiles based upon the gender, distance, or orientation filters they have set.

To swipe right, users can click on any profile to see what they think of it. Or they can leave if they don’t like it.

Both users can swipe right to each other and it becomes a match. Then they can start messaging within Tinder.

Tinder doesn’t require users to connect online to find matches, however, it revealed its busiest days are January 2nd and peak hours between 7pm and 10 pm.  

Laura Wilkinson Rea, Director, Communications UK, and Director, Comms Nordics, at Tinder, says that “With more than 430 million downloaded matches and over 60+ billion matches, singles know what they want and can find it in a match.”

Tinder is the world's most popular dating app, and has been downloaded more than 450 million times since launching back in 2012

Since its launch in 2012, Tinder has been downloaded over 450,000,000 times.

Let’s forget about resolutions we don’t keep. 2022 will be The Year of Ambition. It’s full of achievable goals that can be achieved.

Singletons are more likely to seek out partners this Sunday because they know sharing experiences can increase your chances of meeting someone. 

“Then all the good things can be achieved throughout the entire year.”

Tinder announced that users will soon be able select from a set of 2022 Goals within their Explore pages, following Dating Sunday.

Tinder explained that Tinder will launch in January and allow Tinder members to choose from “2022 Goals”, which can be found in Explore, to search for a “partner in crime” to share their goals.

They may be looking to find a friend to “Taste Together”, a sport lover to “Sweat It Together”, or an entrepreneur to “Complete My Power Couple” for the New Year.


Online dating apps are full of fraudulent profiles known as “catfishes”.

‘Catfishing’ originated as a term for the process of luring people into false relationships, however, it has also come to encompass people giving out false information about themselves more generally. 

Many profiles use photos of someone else to make it appear they are dating or to scam money.

Fortunately, there are certain ways to check if these profiles are real people or if they are bogus accounts —

1. Google Reverse Image Search

You can use Google to find this tool, which is the best for finding a catfish. 

To kickstart the process, people need only right-click the photos that are arousing their suspcions, copy the URL and paste it into

Search engines will check to determine if an image is already used elsewhere.

You may have met a catfish if you see a picture of someone else in your profile photo. 

2. Veracity app is available. 

This is great for Tinder, Bumble and Grindr dating websites because it lets images from Dropbox and Camera roll (or other similar sites) be cross-referenced with any matches.

To launch the search, load the app and take a picture of suspicious dating apps profile.

You can see if it belongs to someone else using the app. 

3. You can check their Facebook page 

Nearly everyone with a profile in a dating website will have a Facebook page. Most dating apps require that users have one. It is a good idea to search for potential partners on social media.

4. These are Googleable

Google and the other search engines offer a large selection of search results, so most people are likely to be found in searches. 

In this day and age, it’s unusual for someone to have nothing on Google.

Have a search through for them or their relatives, things they’ve said or posted in the past. If there’s nothing, that should raise alarm bells.

5. Video Chat via Skype/Facetime/Video chat 

It is important to see the faces of people you’re talking about in order to make a romantic proposal. 

6.  Money

Frauds are likely to target anyone who requests money online or through an app. 

It is likely a fraud and you should immediately report it.