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As we approach Valentine's Day, one would think that Tinder activity is on the rise. One would be wrong.
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Four companies that had access direct access to private data had Facebook apps with some of the highest active user rankings on the platform.
Despite a lucrative IKEA acquisition and integration and some quirky content marketing, TaskRabbit is having a bad winter.
As we head into the cooler months, Tinder's popularity appears to be declining.