It’s your first date. You’ve never met the other person, but they’ve been pre-screened and chosen for you, so you show up at the agreed-upon location, perhaps a park bench or hotel lobby. It’s daytime. You sit apart from each other, not close enough to touch or bump knees. Even though it’s the first date, you immediately discuss your future.
In one tweet, the British actress Tracey Ann Oberman said the picture showed “levels of Nazism” comparable to the 1930s.
The apps’ founders used to be in love. Now they won’t be having Shabbat dinner together anytime soon.
It’s LinkedIn meets Tinder.
Created by a Jerusalem-born developer, this app studies social profiles for compatibility before matching users.
According to science, hating the same things brings people together.
In these Tinder-filled times, can matchmaking still work?
Stumping for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tinder is getting some women banned from the online dating app after sending campaign messages to prospective matches.
Tinder co-founder Sean Rad gave an interview to the Evening Standard about the company and his personal life, the world was treated to some memorable quotes and and even more memorable gaffes.
Are you in the mood to make love, not war? Then swipe right — right across the Green Line! — with Verona, the new dating app for Israelis and Palestinians.