Dating apps were created to help people connect online, then meet in person... How have they responded to the pandemic? And what role do they play in helping people adjust to this new dating reality?
Granting police access to Tinder users' information is problematic for many reasons (even if the intent is to keep people safe).
Tinder and similar apps fail to properly address issues of online harm. A lack of policy is to blame, as well as app design features and society's general attitudes towards more minor cases of abuse.
From geopolitical tensions over - very - personal data to user strategies, discover the workings of an industry that is responsible for one in three marriages in the United States.
People looking for a potential partners online highly value a sense of humour but immigrants struggle with local jokes.
Tinder was developed as a dating app, but research has found that some find it useful for promotional campaigns and artistic purposes.
Love requires imagination. What happens when this imagination spirals?
Dating app Tinder has come under increasing scrutiny over harassment facilitated by the platform. But its new safety measures, while undoubtedly an improvement, are unlikely to prevent abuse.
Bumble, the wildly popular dating app where women ask the men out relies on a girl-power model of feminism. The problem is that the men on Bumble aren't ready for this model.
Nightclub-goers often regard the sort of sexually aggressive behaviour they witness as unacceptable, but they put up with it because it seems like lots of people – especially men – are doing it.
Cultural differences play an important role in the experience of day to day activities, including online dating.
Grindr, the largest queer dating app worldwide, is all about the short term hookup; the currency used to attract your date is physical fitness versus wealth symbols, used by straight men on Tinder.
Despite the claims of online dating services, there is little scientific evidence that using self-reported data for matchmaking can lead to long-term compatibility.
Dating apps have changed the way people present themselves. Visual cues and short 100 word bios are the new currency of dating.
Online dating has been around for more than 20 years, but for the most part, the goal has been to eventually meet your new paramour face to face. Virtual reality could change that.
Are dating apps destroying men's self-esteem?
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.
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.
A new film claims to empower women's singledom – but it's just another old-fashioned rehash.