Obviously, 'most successful' is up for debate, because they're still on Tinder and the point - for most people, anyway - is to find a relationship and get off Tinder, but you get the idea.
Inside the top percentile of users over here, there is a radiographer, a primary school teacher, and even a lifeguard.
They're from a wide variety of backgrounds, and with a broad range of interests. That might be why so many folks have given them the technological seal of approval.
Without further ado, here they are.
Blake is a 24-year-old radiographer - told you - from Cardiff.
He's looking to find someone with a good sense of humour and someone who he can have a laugh with.
He said: "Let's face it, life is hard.
"So, I would like to find somebody who can make me laugh after a stressful day at work. However, I think there is a big difference between someone who has a good sense of humour and a person who's not serious in life.
"I want someone who brings out the best version of myself, someone who is thoughtful. I'm close with my family so it would be important for a potential match to get along with them; especially my mum!"
As for why he's been so successful on Tinder, he explained: "Don't just have the same selfies on repeat, even if you're in a different outfit each time.
"I think having a variety of pictures in different situations, whether it be with friends or playing sports, helps to create a more rounded profile.
"Also a witty opening line in a bio definitely helps to catch attention."
Molly is a 24-year-old teacher from Milton Keynes, and she's after a guy who can keep up with her energy-wise.
She said: "I love to get out and about, trying different foods, visiting new places and ticking off things on my bucket list.
"I am chatty and enjoy a giggle, so if you can make me laugh you've already caught my interest.
"I like someone that is confident in themselves and complimentary towards me (we all love someone that makes us feel special).
"Ultimately, I would like someone in my life that is honest, trustworthy and loyal - to stand by me and make memories with me."
As for Ashley, he's corporate manager from Surrey, and has a taste for 'the finer things in life'.
He said: "I'm looking for a guy that enjoys a similar lifestyle and that can match my energy.
"Of course, there has to be the initial attraction, but if a guy is outgoing and has good morals, then he'll definitely turn my head.
"I'd also like to match with someone who works as hard as me, both in the gym and at the office. And don't forget strong conversation, then I'll know I'm seriously onto a winner."
Oisin is a 19-year-old Gaelic Football player from Belfast, who - as well as being a student - works as a lifeguard.
His top tip for Tinder success is: "Be to open the conversation with a GIF or your best joke, to kick things off on the right foot.
"I also reckon that showing off your hobbies and interests in your photos gives your match something to chat with you about and know straight away if you'll have things in common."
Emma is a podcaster from Guildford, who has a degree in Fine Art. She said: "In my spare time I love writing and host a podcast called 'Hunbelievable' with my sister, so someone who also has creative flair would turn my head!"
"An arty boy would be ideal. I'm looking for a nice guy - someone who is funny and doesn't take themselves too seriously and ideally they'd be quite tall because I'm 5'9 and like wearing heels on a night out."
As another interesting fact, Emma says she recently matches with Love Island star Chuggs, and says she opened up the conversation with a joke.
Finally, there's Katie, a 23-year-old from Colchester.
She explained: "I'm super sporty, I used to swim competitively, horse ride and be part of the cheerleading team at uni so I am looking for someone to keep up with me!
"I'd love to find someone energetic and adventurous, I'm an active person and love to learn new things. Anyone that could teach me something new definitely ticks a box!"
She believes that the key to success on Tinder is to be honest and authentic 'so there are no surprises later down the line', adding: "I think a good first photo works wonders and ideally not a group shot so I know who I'm looking out for.
"One guy did put arrows in his group photo saying 'this is me' that made me laugh! Listing your hobbies is a great conversation starter too."
There you have it. If you're looking for more swipes, you could do worse than following these guys' example.Featured Image Credit: PA/Tinder