To do this, they used natural language understanding, a type of AI, to analyze more than 100,000 reviews of 16 of the biggest dating apps.The results are especially interesting since it can be tricky to assess these kinds of things.
Rad has stated that the impetus for the app was his observation that "no matter who you are, you feel more comfortable approaching somebody if you know they want you to approach them." He believed that a "double opt-in" system could be created to potentially alleviate that stress.
Rad has also stated that Tinder filled a gap for social sites for meeting strangers, rather than connecting with people a user already knows.
Matching is based on Facebook and Spotify profiles.
Tinder is among the first "swiping apps", whose users employ a swiping motion to choose photos of other users, swiping right for potentially good matches and swiping left on a photo to move to the next one.
As for the most desired female professionals, nurses came in second following lawyers.
Teachers and marketing professionals nabbed the third and fourth spots in the top five, making for a sensible list with few real surprises.
But that wasn't the case when it came to Tinder, who also released a list of its most sought after professionals on Tuesday.
The popular dating app revealed that in Australia it was male flight attendants who got the most right swipes.
By May 2013, Tinder was one of the top 25 social networking apps available on the web based on frequency of use and number of users.