News and Articles About Online Dating
Sportsbuddy helps users find partners for soccer, tennis and other sports and allows them to coordinate group sporting events.
The dating startup boom mean dozens of new ways to find both romantic and business partners.
Meshly joins the ranks of startups that aim to be the Tinder of professional connections.
The ridesharing app is trying out a new feature that allows carpooling passengers to rate and message each other after a ride.
The president of the popular dating app hinted at the company's future.
Sites such as Farmers Only and Christian Mingle have a customer filter built right into the names.
Cuban asked the three sisters behind the dating app if they'd sell it to him outright, but they refused.
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While Tinder is 'a game to play with,' Hinge is 'a tool to meet people,' says CEO Justin McLeod.
It's called Bumble, and it's being marketed as Tinder minus the creep factor.
By invitation-only, startup The League positions itself as a dating network for 'high quality' professionals looking for ambitious partners.
The online dating service is planning to roll out a premium version of its app.
Online dating sites are supposed to be confident in their algorithms, which makes eHarmony's $5,000-a-year eH+ service all the more perplexing.