• Analysis

No one wants a 'pen pal,' and yet so many matches get stuck in textual limbo.

  • Analysis

Context matters. When you meet online — rather than through friends — it's easier to cut ties or ghost.

  • Analysis

"We are in a truly unprecedented moment in terms of dating and mating due to technology," says the director.

  • Analysis

Apps have disrupted our gendered dating scripts, leaving a lot of confusion.

  • Analysis

“When you only meet people online, you forget how to flirt with people in real life,” a friend told me.

  • Perspective

Dating apps pretend that matches alone will lead to romance. But you need interpersonal skills to actually spark intimacy and love.

  • Analysis

Couples meet through Facebook and Instagram all the time. Now Mark Zuckerberg wants to make such serendipity more explicit.

The app is using her star power to draw users to its networking function.

  • Analysis

In the five years that the dating app has been around, its image has changed.

  • Analysis

The photos pop up out of nowhere on dating apps, often missing context.

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