dating based on interests - - the app pulls in your linkedin and facebook information to create your profile, which includes: pictures, first name, education info, profession, interests (either from facebook or ones you write in) and a one-sentence (or a line of emoji in my case) about me. Are the multipurpose apps that can help you find platonic friends, fun buddies, platonic friends that double as fun buddies, relationships, whatever:You know how linkedin suggests second and third degree connections for you based on your current network? "the only thing i sort of pay attention to while i swipe right pretty fast is if i have a facebook friend in common with anyone - then i'll stop and see who our friend is. . "like" a lot of things on facebook: hawver says liking a lot of pages on facebook increases the number of talking points and common interests you have with other tinder users.