A man shared his experience of how he used Tinder to find two women who agreed to be his sisters ahead of Raksha Bandhan in the last two years.
The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On review — What it means to be in love in the time of Netflix dating reality shows
Is Love Blind? Is it Too Hot to Handle? Or is it about Dating Around? Netflix seems to have made up its mind with its newest dating phenomenon: it is a social experiment.
With AI-systems as matchmakers, in the coming decades it may become common to date a personalised avatar.
A 'halal' app for dirty fantasies: How 'Tinder for Muslims' is also feeding fetishes far removed from its original intent
Minder is described as an app for “awesome Muslims to meet each other” — basically, to find potential spouses. But there's a lot else going on on the "halal" app.
The Queer Take: Dating apps promised a world of possibilities, but may have caged us further instead
Dating apps are the new impasse in the possibilities for conversations, coming together, and coming.
Pooch matters: Dogs get say in owners' mate selection, show studies; women see pet canines as children
Women placed value on how their dog reacted to a potential mate, in the same way that she would put value on how her human children would react to a potential mate, according to studies.
Make it a point to learn from every rejection — polish it and wear it like armour
US has been increasingly scrutinizing app developers over the safety of personal data they handle.
Tinder takes into consideration that both parties swiped right to form a match.
Dating Around review: Netflix series brings us closer to the fallacies and gifts that make us oh-so-human
Dating Around comprises six episodes, each featuring a real person meeting five different people over food and drinks in New York City. The episode ends with the person choosing one of the five for a second date. It is a show about the possibility of love. And that makes it interesting.
If we apply the evolutionary theory to the way people use Tinder, we find that differences emerge because the traits that are sought by men and women are quite different, especially in short-term relationships
Can choosing an arranged marriage be the act of a free person, and does that person then feel with as much depth as those who met through a friend, or at college, or via a dating app?
Popular dating app Tinder has announced that it will now give its users the ability to add information about their gender outside the binary.
Happn is an app for your missed connections. Whether it’s the cute writer whose number you forgot to ask or the attractive waiter at the coffee shop who slipped you an extra cookie, the app lets you reconnect with people when you didn’t get an opportunity to do so
Gay or straight, the laws of online dating have always been balanced. Gay men have Grindr. Straight men have Hinge. But what about straight men looking to woo (or wingman with) other men, you ask? Say hello to Bro, the app that everyone is talking about.
Facebook's dating service will match people with shared interests, but it could only exacerbate social divide
Facebook's new dating service made conservative Indians uncomfortable, but there’s something about its approach — matching those who think similarly — that should really appeal to a conservative sensibility
From a fancy romantic dinner to a walk in the park, the Guysexual has suggestions that will have you looking sharp and earning brownie points by the dozen
Indu Harikumar found that in the Indian context, dating on Tinder didn't just mean meeting people: It also involves discovering oneself and one's sexuality on a platform free of judgment