Tinder, founded in 2012, has become one of the fastest growing social startups and mobile apps of all time. Tinder was launched to address the social and physical barriers of forming new friendships and relationships. Using social data, Tinder anonymously finds people nearby that like each other and connects them if they are both interested.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Match Group
HQ
West Hollywood, US
Founded
2012
Tinder was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in West Hollywood, US

Key People/Management at Tinder

Greg Blatt

Greg Blatt

CEO

Tinder Office Locations

Tinder has an office in West Hollywood
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Tinder Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012
Tinder is a subsidiary of Match Group

Tinder Operating Metrics

Y, 2016

Average Annual Revenue per Subscriber

$45

App Downloads

100 m
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Source: github.com

Tinder Median Salaries

Source: 28 public H-1B filings from Tinder
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Tinder's Web-traffic and Trends

Tinder Online and Social Media Presence

Tinder News and Updates

Here are the best gay dating apps, since meeting people IRL is hell

Dating. Whether you hate it a little or hate it a lot, it's a rite of passage for most of us. It's also particularly challenging for members of the LGBTQ community, who've traditionally only had access to hetero-based sites and apps. When I was on the apps in the late aughts, queer women could bar…

Tinder is launching a new location-based feature set this year

 Tinder will launch a series of new features based on location in 2018, its parent company Match Group revealed during this week’s Q4 2017 earnings. The dating app maker has been fairly vague on what these new features will entail, having only described them previously as something that will blur th…

Match Group revenue soars as Tinder attracts more subscribers

(Reuters) - Match Group Inc , which owns popular dating app Tinder, on Tuesday reported a 28.5 percent jump in quarterly revenue as more people paid for subscriptions to its apps and websites.

“We swipe left, and reverse”: Court dings Tinder in age-discrimination case

Sure, Tinder is where the kids go to date these days. Everyone knows that. Maybe the service isn’t quite as well-suited to the mating rituals of non-millennials, but that doesn’t mean that Tinder can charge younger people less. That’s the word from the California Court of Appeals today, which ruled …

How a ridiculous game uses jousting dicks to interrogate toxic masculinity

A lot of the time, gaming can feel like just a bag of dicks fighting each other. If you play enough games, you come to expect what is, in essence, the same rote, predictable, hyper-masculine cockfights, only reskinned to varying degrees of grittiness. But one game has flipped that script in a way …

Stop acting like you don’t know your Tinder date’s last name

Modern dating means not having to say you're savvy.  On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal ran the headline "The New Dating No-No: Asking for a Last Name." Essentially, the article detailed how asking a date's last name has become a milestone in a relationship that started online. It's operating of…
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