Tinder is used more as a “hook up/no string sex” application in many college campuses.
Since its release, Tinder has been processing more than one billion swipes and 12 million matches a day.
Karl and Laura Linney’s character, Sarah, eventually do hook up without the help of the internet. It has since expanded its mission to include any relationship configuration, and offers 20 different sexuality options to choose from.
So why would an app that targets itself toward non-normative relationships choose the workplace as its next frontier?
These factors enhance the possibility of users getting matched with a compatible candidate.
Although, other sources state that the founders are Mateen, Rad, and Badeen only.
The research results indicated that only 11 apps scored 50 or greater (out of 100) with more than 10,000 reviews from the app store.
These include: Jaumo, OKCupid, happn, SCRUFF by Perry Street, Moco by JNJ Mobile, GROWL by Initech, Skout, Qeep by Blue Lion mobile, Meet Me, Badoo, and Hornet. Other popular applications like Bumble, Grindr, e Harmony, and Match scored 40 or less.
Users can simply choose to not match the candidates that they know they are not interested in. Once users think they are interested, they are able to chat and get to know the potential candidate.
This type of communication saves the time, money, and risk users would not avoid if they were dating the traditional way.