by Jeanette Settembre, Moneyish
OKCupid wants people to get real about finding love. So why are so many women leaving in droves? NYC relationship expert Susan Winter says it’s all about safety.
The dating website announced it will no longer allow playful and wacky usernames like “AFunnySassyGirl,” “Superlonelyman” or “DoritoprincessXo” to be used on its site, instead requiring subscribers to use real names.
“Ahead of the new year, we’re removing OKCupid usernames. It’s starting with a test group and […]
Tinder partners with Spotify allowing users to add songs to profile, fend off Beliebers; New York Daily News
By Molly Crane-Newman
Tinder has introduced a new feature which makes it possible to guarantee you don’t end up dating a closet Belieber.
The newest addition to the online dating app was created in partnership with Spotify and lets users pin a personal “anthem” to their profile, which swipers can use to better understand the person they’re sizing up for a date.
“Music is a big aspect of how people meet,” Tinder CEO Sean Rad told Business Insider, adding that the company has been interested in integrating the […]
By NATALIE LUSINSKI
By now, if you use dating apps, you’re probably a pro at swiping right or left. Do you swipe right just based on photos, or do you read people’s profiles, too? And what ~should~ you do? If you’re not attracted to a person through their pictures, should you still read their profile and see if anything clicks before swiping left?
“If we’re really honest with ourselves, we ALL [swipe right based on photos],” Susan Winter, relationship expert and […]