Texting/sexting, direct messages, Twitter, Instagram DMs and online dating aren’t enough when it comes to getting to know a person. What a healthy relationship really needs is a lot less... how do you say... talking. If the human race is to survive, there needs to be a severe reduction in our level of interaction with…
Women who initiate the first move on dating apps tend to end up with better prospects (relatively speaking), according to a study by OKCupid.
“Talk Bernie to me,” shouted no one ever on a dating app, and yet that is happening: a very small army of self-motivated young women are using Tinder, Bumble, and all the other hellish, spiritually depleting find-love-quick programs on your telephone to campaign for Bernie Sanders. What’s it like to be on the…
Everyone’s favorite mindless dating app is getting more serious. Tinder has recently made updates to both their profiles and algorithm in order to create more “meaningful connections” between users. The simple “swipe left” or “swipe right” is apparently not so simple, anymore.
Online dating, at least in my experience, seems to involve a lot of talking to strangers about their CrossFit routines. So it’s understandable that people would want something—anything!—that promises to make sifting through the endless stream of single humans a little easier.
Lily Allen is reportedly on Tinder, but not for hookup reasons, nor to meet a man she’ll inevitably become disgusted with and go on a few dates with only to become FWB and then dump altogether. No, she’s just on there to meet cool peeps.
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.
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,…
Weed lovers really need a place where they can be high and meet other people who like getting high. High There! is a dating app that lets potheads connect with each other...on a deeper level, you know?
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…
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…
A new dating app wants users to put brains before beauty.
It was only a matter of time before someone on the internet would try to take advantage of the people who spend time spamming, sexually harassing and generally wasting the time of their peers by starting a site intended to prevent those people from doing their worst. That product is called Mesh.
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.
Just what are men thinking when they message lesbians on dating apps, especially when those dating apps have a good chance of being for lesbians only? One lesbian woman decided to find out and blog her experiences on her tumblr account. Here are her conclusions.