And it promises Irish singletons hoping to find that special someone a unique experience - generating a handpicked match each and every day.One man who was growing bored of online dating because of the lack of interest he was receiving from women decided to change things up to see what it would take for him to find some matches on Tinder.
The Daily Mirror bought mobile phone numbers and PIN codes used to access voicemails from a private investigations agency linked to Jonathan Rees, a notorious figure who also had contracts with the News of the World, i can reveal.
Hoax photographs of alleged abuse by British Army soldiers also featured in recent years, and the Editor was fired as a result of authorising the publication of these pictures.
The Daily Mirror is another tabloid with a bold front page and currently costs 65p.
A brand new dating app is set to take on the Irish market - but there's a catch if you're hoping to find your perfect match.
Once launched five months ago and already has a million users across the globe, making it the quickest growing app since Tinder.