Celebs Can Now Be Verified On Tinder, Will Still Be Miserable Like Us

Tinder is introducing “Verified Profiles” so that famous people can use the dating app more efficiently and also be just as miserable as the rest of us in knowing that there are, at once, way too many dating options in their vicinity and not one person out there in the world who will love them unconditionally. » 7/07/15 5:10pm Today 5:10pm

'Tindog,' the Tinder for Dog Lovers is Here 

If you’ve ever looked into the loving eyes of your dog-son and thought, “If only there was some sort of dating app for dogs where I could find a match for Mister Scruffballs,” well, your wish has been granted. Tindog, a new app that connects dog lovers together based on location, has launched this week. Like Tinder,… » 6/24/15 10:30pm 6/24/15 10:30pm

New Dating Site (Supposedly) Gives Women More Control

Another day, another dating site that claims to be different than the rest. This time, it's Siren, an app that allows women—but not men—the ability to adjust who sees their profile, and, according to its website, "encourages women to make the first move" (as well as "charm someone's pants off"). Not because these… » 2/04/15 3:30pm 2/04/15 3:30pm

Your Dating App Is Probably Not Going to Fix Dating for Women

Here's some hot tech news about a hot new app with a hot new idea: Bumble is a forthcoming app that appears to be yet another product devoted to creating "a safe and respectful community" for single women looking to find love. They're working to weed out the charming boneheads who frequent the dating apps you're… » 11/24/14 5:10pm 11/24/14 5:10pm

Lesbian Dating App Dattch Weeds Out Men So You Don't Have To

British lesbian dating app Dattch, which verifies that its users are indeed female-identified, is now expanding into the United States, starting with San Francisco and expanding to other American cities. Further plans are to expand into other major English speaking markets like Australia and Canada. » 4/07/14 10:58pm 4/07/14 10:58pm

Lulu Quietly Made Their App A Lot More Dude-Friendly

When Lulu – the app where women can anonymously comment on how dateable men are – first came on the scene, it was a big deal, partially because of the limited control men had over whether they were on it or not. But because of pressure from said demographic, the company has changed their policies to give men a lot… » 3/04/14 7:00pm 3/04/14 7:00pm

'Tinderella' Is The Perfect Fairy Tale For Our Time

Fans of the popular Tinder app will appreciate the newest offering from the funny people at College Humor — an animated fairy tale about a beautiful princess and a handsome prince who are brought together by fate. Sorry— not fate; they're brought together by smartphones and boredom, the Cupid's arrow of 2014. » 1/30/14 7:15pm 1/30/14 7:15pm

How the Tinder Hookup App Is Succeeding With the Ladies

Tinder, the dating app that "finds out who likes you nearby and connects you if you're both interested" has a lot to be happy about right now. They've matched 75 million people in less than a year and 50 of those relationships have culminated in engagements. But on the tails of that good news, Tinder's CEO Sean Rad… » 7/02/13 4:00pm 7/02/13 4:00pm

Bachelor Host Releases Dating App Because We Definitely Need More

In our continual pledge to make sure Chris Harrison, host of The Bachelor and all its spin-offs, becomes the most relevant person on planet Earth, we encourage you to please sign up for his new dating service At First Sight, which is totally different than all those other dating apps because it uses video. » 6/19/13 2:45pm 6/19/13 2:45pm