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Find love this Christmas with eharmony’s great new 6-month deal

12.07.2018 · Posted in Dating Articles, Technology Articles

'Tis the season to eat, drink, and be merry. It could also be the season to fall in love, if you play your cards right. What better gift to receive this Christmas than the gift of romance? Unfortunately it's not always that easy. What you can do, how... ...

5 of the best dating sites for introverts, wallflowers, and shy people

11.19.2018 · Posted in Dating Articles, Technology Articles

Online dating is basically the best thing that ever happened to introverts. You can now scan for a potential partner without ever leaving the comfort zone that is your sofa. Of course, eventually you'll need to get up and actually go on a date. But u... ...

Tinder tests ‘Swipe Surge’ in US to connect users during peak times

Tinder today announced the test of a new in-app experience it’s calling “Swipe Surge,” that will send notifications to users when there’s a spike in Tinder usage in their area. The feature is designed to allow Tinder to better capitalize on real-world events that drive increased usage – like music festivals, parties, or spring break ...

With ‘Rivals Week,’ Tinder tests an expansion of its well-performing Tinder U

Starting this weekend, Tinder will allow college students on its Tinder U service to match with others outside their own university for the first time. The dating app is positioning this market test of a potential Tinder U expansion as the  “Rivals Week” – a way to match users with those who attend a rival ...

Facebook Dating arrives in Canada and Thailand

On the heels of Tinder’s plans to go more casual, Facebook is today expanding access to its own dating service, Facebook Dating. First launched two months ago in Colombia for testing purposes, the social network is today rolling out Facebook Dating to Canada and Thailand. The company is also adding a few new features to ...

Tinder doubles down on its casual nature, as Match invests in relationship-focused Hinge

Tinder has never really shaken its reputation among consumers as a “hook up” app, instead of one designed for more serious dating. Now, it seems Tinder is planning to embrace its status as the default app for younger users who aren’t ready to settle down. According to Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg, speaking to investors on ...