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Facebook Dating removes your relationship status and won’t match you with friends, potentially enabling cheaters
While people looking for affairs can use any dating app behind their partners' backs, a Facebook Dating feature may make it easier not to get caught.
Facebook just launched its dating service in the US, and it has a clear advantage that could help it beat out Tinder and Bumble
This is the 20th country Facebook Dating has launched in since Facebook revealed the service in 2018.
The law change was the result of a campaign led by feminist dating app Bumble, whose HQ is in Austin, Texas.
Whitney Wolfe Herd ‘sickened’ by a report describing a sexist, sordid culture at Bumble’s parent company Badoo
Wolfe Herd emphasized that many of the anecdotes described in the Forbes piece were from before Bumble's creation in 2014.
Bumble owner Andrey Andreev orders probe into explosive report on drug-fueled parties, prostitution, and sexism at dating app firm Badoo
Forbes spoke to 13 former employees who described cocaine-fueled parties, sordid software updates, and inappropriate remarks made by Andreev.
Naked cocaine-fueled parties and porn-star software updates: report describes culture at Bumble owner’s dating app Badoo
Forbes interviewed 13 former Badoo employees, who described the behavior at Andrey Andreev's dating app.
Dating apps like Tinder, Match, and Bumble are still growing, but analysts predict that growth will ‘slow significantly’ in 2019
Dating apps like Tinder, Match, and Bumble will see over 25 million users in 2019, eMarketer research analysts predict, but growth is slowing down.
Bumble is looking to send someone on an all-expenses-paid trip around the world to go on dates for research
Bumble's "Global Connector Bee" will spend up to a year visiting places like Australia, Canada, the UK, and US, according to a company press release.
Millennials have less money than any other generation did at their age — but you’d never guess it from the way they’re flaunting the...
Millennials are showing off their wealth and status on dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge — but it's not all it appears to be.
Match’s new service, a one-on-one phone call with an expert dating coach, is a hit with millennial men
Match CEO told Business Insider that men were three times as likely as women to opt into the service during beta testing.