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Tingle gives you more ways to discover and communicate in real time with savvy people in your city.

Most people think of Tingle as a dating app for the iPhone — but it’s a whole lot more. It’s a community. We’re all trailblazing a new way to find and get to know other socially savvy people. And because we understand what it means to be a woman in an online dating community, we’ve worked hard to make the experience as enjoyable as possible for both sexes.

Tingle connects you to a sophisticated network of people who you can interact with only after you’ve established mutual attraction by sharing a ‘wink’. This gateway helps you avoid an influx of ‘whatsup’ messages every time you log in and lets you focus on communicating with people you’re actually interested in.

Tingle is mobile-only. It helps you identify singles near you by using discovery tools that are completely customizable by you – so you’re in control of how often, when and where you would like to be contacted.

Our industry leading communication tools let you text each other and chat on the phone to assess whether there is chemistry before you front up for a date or exchange your personal contact details. It’s anonymous, so you’ll never have to reveal anything about yourself that you’re not ready to disclose. If there’s no spark on your anonymous text or phone call, talk with another recommended person!

Our goal is to maintain Tingle as the most advanced dating service in the industry, and to make sure that your experience using Tingle is as enjoyable and as hassle-free as possible.


Tingle is designed, developed, and operated by AppSocial Media, Inc. Our small company was formed in 2009 and is based in beautiful Vancouver, Canada.

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Tingle is available across all of Canada and the US and works best in densely populated urban cities with young, mobile and socially savvy singles.  We are always on the lookout for partners and local in-the-know people to enhance our rapidly growing community, so whether it’s business or pleasure – get in touch!

We hope that you enjoy your experience with Tingle and look forward to having you in our community! Sign up now.

- The Tingle Team

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