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Simply deleting the app won’t be enough to get rid of Tinder permanently. If you’re ready to say goodbye to your matches and messages for good, you’ll need to delete your whole Tinder account.
Step #1: Open Tinder app
Open Tinder app
Step #2: Tap profile
Step #3: Tap settings
Step #4: Scroll down and tap delete
Scroll down and tap delete
Step #5: Tap delete my account to delete or tap pause for a temporary break
Tap delete my account to delete or tap pause for a temporary break
Step #6: Choose something is broken for a reason for deletion
Choose something is broken for a reason for deletion
Step #7: Submit feedback and tap submit and delete my account
Submit feedback and tap submit and delete my account
Step #8: Choose delete my account to finalize deletion or choose pause to take a temporary break
Choose delete my account to finalize deletion or choose pause to take a temporary break
Please note, if you login to Tinder again after deleting your account, a new account will be created.
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Deleting your account means you will permanently lose your matches, messages and other information associated with your account.
If you subscribed on Tinder for web (Tinder.com), deleting your account will cancel your subscription automatically. If you subscribed to Tinder plus or Tinder gold using your Apple ID or Google play store ID, deleting the app and/or your account does not cancel your subscription. You have to cancel your subscription via email.
There is a feature called discovery that adjusts your privacy settings so you can see and limit who gets to see your profile.