Dating can be tough. Sometimes you want to make the first move, but you don't want to appear over eager. But if you play it too cool, you risk getting ignored all together. The proposition can be frustrating and intimidating, especially if you don't know what's out there or where
Tinder, the dating app company which, as of late, has been more fully embracing its status as the preferred hook-up app of choice for the younger generation, is today launching a new feature designed for its college-aged Tinder U users: Spring Break mode. The feature will allow students to swipe
The clock is ticking, and your heart is at stake.
The polarizing Black Mirror Season 4 episode "Hang the DJ" depicted a futuristic dating app in which an AI called "Coach" only gives daters a set amount of time — 12 hours, or even 12 years — to date a potential
Bumble and Match’s ongoing legal battles are continuing today. According to a statement released by Match Group this morning, Bumble is dropping its $400 million lawsuit against Match, which had claimed Match fraudulently obtained trade secrets during acquisition talks. However, Bumble is preparing to refile its suit at
Tinder may be known primarily as a millennial hookup app but thanks to a little pressure from a 69-year-old, married Baby Boomer senator, the dating service is more secure. Tinder parent company Match Group announced this week in a letter to Oregon Democrat Ron Wyden that it will finally encrypt
Coffee Meets Bagel scored a $12 million Series B this week. The round, led by U.K. VC firm Atami Capital, brings the popular dating app’s total up to just under $20 million since launching back in 2012.
The San Francisco-based dating app has worked to distinguish itself from competitors like