“Minder is a replica of Tinder. They have used the same algorithm, but it isnt very refined. It claims to be exclusively for Muslims, but there is no system for verification and unlike Tinder, it is like a matrimonial site, and there are many sectarian questions on Minder,” Aslam observed.
Is using Tinder Haram?
Nonreligious dating apps, such as Tinder or Hinge, are generally used to go on dates, find hookups or find a significant other. Within Islam, causal sex and dating for fun are considered haram, or not permissible; marriage is the end goal.
Is minder like Tinder?
Tailored just like Tinder, Minder allows people to swipe profiles anonymously. They are only matched when they both show interest. Currently, the app has received tons of positive reviews on Google Play and other popular platforms online.
Do non Muslims use MuzMatch?
“The good thing is they get spotted quickly and removed and we can block those users in a permanent way.” On the upside, Muzmatch does have non-Muslims signing up because they are curious about the religion, such the 50-plus man who converted to Islam after meeting someone on the app.