The Coronavirus pandemic has made people slow down when it comes to new relationships. Will it last?
“Typically, the night’s over, and you either go home together or go home alone. Now, it’s more nebulous; no one wants to be the first to say we should call it.”
The service will start offering photo verification and emergency information relays through an app.
The apps are pivoting to video.
When to call it quits with someone you've literally never met.
"It was supposed to be a glimpse into a world that is not my own, but the curtains were drawn on me."
From the one who makes you watch Wes Anderson on his floor mattress, to the sixth former you babysat who can now roll his own cigarettes.
The app is adding Traveler Alert to nearly 70 countries.
Meeting online is trending upward, and fewer and fewer people are meeting at work, school, or through friends or family.
As nonmonogamous dating and polyamory have become more popular, the practice of couples using dating apps to deceive women into being their mythical 'third' is on the rise.
Tinder is out here still trying to get you laid when you're surrounded by people passed out in their own molly vomit.
We asked a few men how the much loved and loathed app has changed gay life for better and worse.