"The biggest problem with the other apps is that my face is not featured prominently," creator Aaron Smith said.
A California state senator announced Thursday that she has partnered with dating app Bumble in an attempt to make sending unsolicited nude pictures in texts or online illegal.
The company claim that the service will make it "easier to find love" by helping to start conversations based on shared interests.
Starting today, sending unwanted explicit images could cost violators up to $500.
After a sting led to the arrests of 25 men in Florida, the sheriff's department released these dangerous apps from Bumble to Whisper.
Tinder hides LGBT users' profiles automatically to avoid police entrapment via the app in countries where being gay is illegal.
"Everything about the app was designed to be user-friendly to all individuals on the spectrum," says Jamil Karriem, founder of Hiki.
On Tuesday, Tinder announced plans to roll out its Sexual Orientation update, a major addition to the platform developed in collaboration with GLAAD.
However, Scott Chen asserted that he was a supporter of gay marriage.
Danueal Drayton, who was arrested in Los Angeles on charges of rape and attempted murder, is on probation in Connecticut and a suspect in the death of a 29-year-old nurse in New York.
Bumble says Tinder is using intimidation and bullying tactics, but Tinder says Bumble misses the point.
The bots were programmed to sweet talk unsuspecting men and shower them with compliments before asking them to pay VIP fees to continue chatting, gift money or purchase fake nude images.
Location data and even message histories might be even easier to access than previously thought.
She's swiping for guys and girls.
The service is defying critics and stepping up identification requirements to tackle fake accounts.
In January, finding love is like joining a gym. Happy New Year!
While HIV infection rates are falling globally, in Asia and the Pacific region infections among 10-19 year-olds have increased.
The AHF called Tinder "a digital bathhouse for millennials" in a press release about the billboards.
Group calling itself "the Impact Team" says a $19 profile-erasing service doesn't work.