It’s not all about finding love in the online dating world.
If you're looking for love on a dating app then beware the trolls - and consider upgrading to a paid service to get away from them.
Data from swiping apps like Tinder are giving researchers a window into how dating and relationships could be changing.
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No amount of whittling down dating criteria to glasses, beards, or tattoos will allow you to bypass the simple fact that finding someone takes work.
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A new film claims to empower women's singledom – but it's just another old-fashioned rehash.
Dating has gone from seeking soulmates to swiping faces to kill time. What happened?
Technology brings us together, but also creates distance – which doesn't bode well for relationships.
Tinder introduces the new ‘Super Like’ – should you ‘swipe up’?
Eileen Chu and Stefano Verrelli
In the online dating world it was once enough just to "Like" a person to indicate your interest. So what does it mean to "Super Like" a potential love interest?
Photos like this are doing more harm than good to wildlife.
You might have noticed recently that a plague of “selfies” with tigers appears to have overtaken mobile dating app Tinder (where users “swipe right” to indicate interest; left to reject). Globally, so…