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Tinder Testing a New Feature to Encourage Meeting Up

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Tinders Matches Up For

Dating app giant Tinder is rolling out more options, testing a new feature to help its users better connect – this time spontaneously and in-person. The new feature dubbed “Matches Up For” allows users to set a status of what they are interested in doing that night, and see who from their matches is available to meet.

Matches Up For is intended to encourage users to connect in person. Tinder has been criticized for its “game-like” premise, and users have become frustrated with the flaky behavior of other app users. (Messaging with matches on Tinder often doesn’t lead to a date.) While Tinder still has the largest pool of singles among the many dating apps on the market, new apps are offering more relationship-focused features that encourage real-life connections, something Tinder users feel is lacking.

With Tinder’s new feature, users can let potential matches know if they are free that night, and can choose from a list of activities they’d be interested in doing.

Grubhub And Tinder Reveal The Impact Of Food On Modern Dating Etiquette

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Is dinner and a movie still a go-to date, or is that passe in a world of swipes? Two of Millennials’ favorite services - Tinder and Grubhub - teamed up to uncover the dining and dating preferences of modern singles.

"Most first dates involve food, so partnering with Grubhub to learn more about how eating preferences affect compatibility was a perfect fit for us," said Rosette Pambakian, vice president, global communications and brand of Tinder. "The findings are interesting and highlight the important role food plays in dating."

The poll surveyed more than 2,000 Tinder users across the US. Participants used Tinder’s signature swiping system to indicate their food-related dating preferences, revealing a significant divergence from longstanding stereotypes.

MeetMe Launches Live Video Beta And A Rebrand

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Spring is off to a big start for MeetMe. The social discovery service recently announced the beta launch of a live video feature in its popular applications, followed a few days later by a completed acquisition and a rebrand to The Meet Group.

MeetMe introduced Live to the world on March 30. Live is a one-to-many video feature that allows users to broadcast themselves, watch other users’ broadcasts, and chat in real time. The feature is now available to MeetMe’s beta community, with plans to roll out to more users in the coming weeks.

After the completion of the initial rollout, MeetMe intends to launch new freemium products within the video streams to help monetize the feature and encourage broadcasters to produce high-quality content. The company also expects to bring the feature to its Skout mobile applications later in the year.

Online Dating Sites Could Be Missing This Key Ingredient To Attraction

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eHarmony CEO Grant Langston Interview

Ask a group of people to describe eHarmony and they would probably paint a similar picture. It’s respected, trusted, and scientific - a service rooted in strong values with a focus on long-term relationships over quickie weekend flings.

In other words, in a sea of swipes, eHarmony is a dating service that takes love seriously. It doesn’t have the built-in emoji of Grindr or the Spotify integration of Tinder, but for the single who’s ready to settle down, it’s a no-nonsense and effective option.

It may come as a surprise, then, to hear that eHarmony’s famously serious service is looking into something decidedly un-serious: humor.

Online Dating Goes Elite With New ‘eHarmony Premium’ Service

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eHarmony has built a stellar reputation as one of the Web's most reliable dating services since it launched in 2000. The company is a pioneer in the field, one of the earliest to use science to create highly compatible relationships based on key dimensions of personality that are proven to predict successful long-term relationships.

In recent years, eHarmony has lost some of its sex appeal. It’s not as flashy or as technologically advanced as some of its competitors, but it remains a firm favourite for singles who are serious about finding love. The company knows its market well, and to further target them as the industry gets even more crowded, they have just announced the launch of eHarmony Premium.

eHarmony Premium offers an even more curated approach to online dating that builds upon their already-advanced matching algorithm to increase your odds of meeting the right person.

Tinder Is Releasing A Online Desktop Version So Dating Is Available To All

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Tinder Online is Coming Soon!

Four years after Tinder debuted on mobile phones across the globe, the infamous dating app is finally coming to desktops.

"Introducing Tinder Online: a fun, new web experience and your English professor's worst nightmare. Mobile phones not allowed in class? Just fire up your laptop and swipe incognito. Cubicle life got you down? Now you can toggle between spreadsheets and Super Likes in a flash. ‘Not Enough Storage?’ Not a problem," Tinder announced on its official blog.

To start, visit Tinder.com from any browser. The experience will look familiar to anyone who has already used the app: login with Facebook, choose your photos, write a bio, and start searching. Tinder is also testing the ability to login via SMS directly from mobile phones in markets where Facebook access is limited.