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Tinder promises features that ‘blur lines’ between physical and digital dating

November 8, 2017
BY The Verge - The Verge

Tinder is getting new features that will “blur lines between the physical and digital world for dating.” Greg Blatt, the CEO of Tinder’s parent company, Match, says the new features will make the app less boring. Match, which also owns other dating platforms including OkCupid and PlentyofFish, posted its third quarter earnings yesterday, noting that overall revenue of $343 million was up 19 percent year over year.

In an earnings call, Blatt attributed the higher numbers to the success of Tinder Gold, and hinted at new features expected to hit Tinder in a few weeks, including AI and location-based functions. Tinder has also gained 476,000 paying subscribers in this quarter.

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