DAILYMAIL.CO.UK - Jan 30 - The social networking app Yellow, which has 7M users, has been described as 'Tinder for teens'. Mother, Tanith Carey spent two months monitoring the activities of youngsters on the site and says it is an 'unedifying meat market' for 'sexual fishing' which puts teens at risk Just like Tinder, Yellow was launched as 'a virtual flirting app'. Users make a profile, posting a selfie photograph or video, then flick through all the other people on the site. They can then 'swipe right' if they like the look of someone, or left if they don't. Getting onto the site is easy for everyone regardless of their age. The founders say they are five millennial friends, who met at college: Emmanuel Khayat, Sacha Lazimi, Arthur Patora, Jeremie Aouate and Anthony Tuil. The makers insisted the site is moderated, children can report problems and 'a significant number of profiles are checked every day' — although they twice declined to say how many.