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Members-Only Dating App Cove to Launch Soon

Members-Only Dating App Cove to Launch Soon

Badoo Releases Anti-Ghosting Feature

Badoo Releases Anti-Ghosting Feature

Vibes Strives to Create Authentic Space for Singles

Vibes Strives to Create Authentic Space for Singles

FCancer Founder Joins Bumble as Senior Adviser

FCancer Founder Joins Bumble as Senior Adviser

Yael Cohen Braun, the Founder of the nonprofit FCancer, which focuses on early detection and prevention, has joined Bumble as a senior...

Pickable Gives Women Complete Anonymity

Pickable Gives Women Complete Anonymity

Pickable, one of the latest dating apps to hit the market, gives women complete anonymity when searching for a match. They don't have to add...

Match Partners With Ad Agency 72andSunny

Match Partners With Ad Agency 72andSunny

Mates is a New Dating App for Chess Lovers

Mates is a New Dating App for Chess Lovers

BondApp Offers Real-Time Location Services

BondApp Offers Real-Time Location Services

OkCupid: Politics are Very Important to Millennials

OkCupid: Politics are Very Important to Millennials

Research released by OkCupid shows that political views can make or break a date for millennials. According to the dating site, 85% of...

Hinge Launches "We Met" Feature

Hinge Launches "We Met" Feature

Hinge released a new feature called "We Met" that allows members to share how their first dates go with matches. CEO and Founder Justin...

Spark Networks Ordered to Pay $1 Million

Spark Networks Ordered to Pay $1 Million

New Trump Dating App Leaks User Information

New Trump Dating App Leaks User Information

Survey: iPhone Users Don't Want to Date Android Users

Survey: iPhone Users Don't Want to Date Android Users

Online Dating Market to Grow to $12 Billion by 2020

Online Dating Market to Grow to $12 Billion by 2020

Wall Street is estimating that the online dating industry could be worth $12 billion by 2020, particularly thanks to Tinder. "Roughly half...

Match Group Says Sean Rad "Undervalued" Tinder

Match Group Says Sean Rad "Undervalued" Tinder

On Tuesday, Oct. 9, Match Group filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit that says it underestimated Tinder's potential revenue to stop the...