A bio that demands a message.
Tinder says it helps users date outside their race, and users think it's more diverse than other dating apps.
Tinder leaves some data unencrypted, which means a hacker on the same Wi-Fi network could track some of your activity on the app, according to the cybersecurity firm Checkmarx.
Everyone loved their moms this year!
And we got data to back it up!
To beans or not to beans, that is the question.
You better swipe right or else.
Because this map shows what everyone hates in all 50 states.
Say the Lord's Prayer, just in case...
♫ No lies, no wrong ♫
"I decided to call it Glimmer because, to me, the word has always signified hope," said the app creator.
"You've crossed paths with homelessness."
First impressions mean everything.
"Yo a fight is going to break out."
"I only use Tinder and other dating apps for rides to places since I hate taking the bus." All confessions courtesy of Whisper.
"DATING HACK: instead of texting back right away, wait three days, then assume he's dead."
"What idiot named it Tinder and not Quickiepedia?"
*Swipes right with entire body.*
My fish drowned, show some damn compassion.
Maybe this person wasn’t the one-dimensional villain I’d made him out to be.
Netflix and bacon?
Tinder said it had a bunch of users in North Korea and China during its infamous tweetstorm this week. But these are the apps people really use in China.
The League, a dating app dubbed "Tinder for elites," threw an exclusive party in the Hamptons, because of course it did.
Members who "commit to The League" get a bunch of perks (aka people considered equally hot being sent their way).
Tinderfella and The Giant Boner.
Find your match.
Ow, my swiping thumb.
Bumble, created by ex-Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe, is a new dating app that lets only women make the first move. I decided to test it out.
"Sometimes in the middle of an ordinary life, love gives us a fairy tale.”
Members have to be accomplished and educated to get past The League's digital velvet rope.
The 28-year-old CEO and founder of the hugely popular dating app was fired last month, Forbes reported. He was waiting to give a speech when he got the call.
The ladies of Second City created another video and it does not disappoint. Slightly NSFW-ish comedy ahead.
"Women love presents like dogs love treats," founder Brandon Wade said.
"It's not seen in a weird light like I think most online dating is," one BYU student said.
On The Rebound is a new app that guesses which among your Facebook friends is primed for a new relationship...with you. Make it stop!