Four major companies, four major players. Here's who there are, which dating apps and sites they run, and where they came from.
As we approach Valentine's Day, one would think that Tinder activity is on the rise. One would be wrong.
Idea sharing via Pinterest was popular in January. Swiping for dates via Tinder was less-so. This and more in January's top apps.
After two years of record-breaking "cuffing seasons", Tinder usage is on the decline in 2019.
As we head into the cooler months, Tinder's popularity appears to be declining.
While Pinterest and Spotify cement their popularity, Tinder and Yelp fade while Wish.com continues to climb the Facebook monthly active users rank charts.
Think Tinder, the king of all dating apps, is popular? Just wait until Christmas.
Match.com, Tinder and Bumble have some serious relationship problems, sparked by a race to be the #1 dating app in the scene and by several high-profile lawsuits.
After a brief spot at the top, Tinder was displaced by Pinterest as the most-used app in the month of August.
Tinder passed Candy Crush and Spotify for the first time when it comes to app user ranks.