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It was founded by Sean Rad, Jonathan Badeen, Justin Mateen, Joe Munoz, Dinesh Moorjani, and Whitney Wolfe (who later left and started Bumble).
Tinder uses location in part to match members and they popularized swiping which allows users on profile photos to swipe right to like someone and to swipe left to dislike someone.
Users can also write a short bio of themselves for their profile.
Tinder quickly caught on with college students and by 2014 users were swiping 1 billion times a day with the app.
Alas, most of the time, it doesn’t, according to this study by Randy Olson, which looks at certain factors in how long marriages last: The charts on the linked page talk about correlation, not causation, which is an important distinction.
In other words, spending a ton of money on your wedding will not CAUSE you to break up, but it happens to correlate with higher divorce rates. People with more education are more likely to get married, to use birth control, to delay marriage, to come from functional families, and to make more money.
The following pages are an attempt by me to organize the vast majority of online dating related statistics and facts available on the Internet.
The data has been gathered from such sources as blogs, online newspaper and magazine articles, company financial statements, company advertising information packages (including media packages), the actual dating service website (or their parent company website), and multiple website measurement services.
I've decided to organize the statistics and facts into two main areas.
To me, the most salient data points on those graphs state the following: The more money a couple makes, the less likely they are to divorce. The more people a couple has at the wedding, the less likely they are to divorce. Couples that elope, run off to Vegas, or choose not to include family are often doing so in the heat of passion, without parental blessing.
It’s not a huge shock when these relationships don’t work out.
This is 13% higher than in 1980, when only 5% of African Americans married someone from a different race.