Ice-breaking on dating apps like Tinder involve initial impression or outside appeal. This may not be in favor of some users and may lead to unnatural conversations. Lack of topics or common interests of the matched individuals may result in less fruitful conversations.
Tinder is a location-based social search mobile app, generally used as a dating app, that allows users to like (swipe right) or dislike (swipe left) other users, and allows users to chat if both parties liked each other in the app (a "match"). This match-matching process, was what I and a senior of mine, Nikhil Goyal, a business analyst thought of working upon. We found that in India, Tinder having a male dominant user base, the chances of a getting a match was quite low. Plus the factor that guys generally swipe right almost every other girl that turns up in their list, whereas the other way round, girls are generally quite choosy. Thus keeping all these factors in mind we proceeded and came up with 3 solutions and finally narrowed down to one!