Black dating apps
Another possible reason is that swipe-based dating apps are much more common than they were two years ago.
There is much more competition, and when Tinder was young it was one of the only app-based dating platforms in the space – and didn’t necessarily have to convince users to pick its app over other dating platforms.
Two years in the company was seeing a billion swipes a day, and matching about 12 million people a day.
On average, active users were spending about 90 minutes per day in the app.
And it’s putting out more than just fluff by featuring topics such as the one-year remembrance of the Pulse nightclub shooting, the “resist march” at Los Angeles Pride, Ireland’s first openly gay prime minister, and the record levels of violence against LGBTQ people in 2016.
Grindr isn’t the only gay app getting in on the rebranding game.
From the French Alps to New Delhi, it’s encouraging revelers to use gayness as an entry point through which they can traipse to faraway places.But we’re assuming you don’t want to change your name just to fare better on a dating app (but hey, we won’t judge). Bumble released a post with a ton of info on what their users are into – which they are able to gain from a combination of your interests (which they pull from Facebook), the new contextual photo filter feature, and user’s overall profiles.The most popular job titles were Attorney, Investment Banker and Doctor – no surprise there.The most popular universities on Bumble were SMU, USC (✌️), and UCLA coming in 3rd.And if you feel like moving to a new city to up your dating odds, Bumble said that NYC, LA, London, Chicago and Toronto are the five most active cities.