More than a decade after two Dutch siblings were split-up by divorcing parents, they both swiped right and began flirting with each other on Tinder before realizing they were related.
If you an your gal pals are sitting at the local bar on Friday nights wondering why you can’t find a good man, the answers may just be that all of their apartments are across town. Around here though, the opposite is more likely.
The popular dating app Tinder, often shrugged off as a hookup facilitator for twentysomethings, launched a premium addition that now charges based on the user’s age.
If you haven’t managed to find that special someone in time for this Valentine’s Day weekend, there’s a new online service that offers users an invisible “significant other.” It’s called InvisibleBoyfriend.com
It’s been billed as the dating app for people that don’t need a dating app, but apparently there are thousands of Bay Area residents clamoring for inclusion in “The League.”
The app allows users to connect with like-minded pot users in their area.
A new, exclusive dating app that’s still under wraps just got a $2.1 million beta-boost from a group of angel investors and venture capitalists. It’s called The League. Its motto: Date, Intelligently.
During the holidays, take things easy, communicate with one another and enjoy the festivity that’s all around you.
For single ladies looking for love, new research has shown San Jose is among the best cities to find eligible bachelors.
A new social dating app is promising users it is just like Tinder, but without the “poor and unattractive,” according to a company CEO quoted in a press release.