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Tinder is how people meet. It's like real life, but better.Download Tinder for free on iPhone or Android.

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DTR Podcast from Tinder & Gimlet Creative - "Tinder Takeover"

Business Insider

TINDER COFOUNDER: Why the people you see on Tinder aren't random

Mashable , Adweek

Tinder trolls CES by pitching a regular reality headset

@ruhanirabin @reckless @waltmossberg via The Verge

Introducing a one-time only podcast about a highly specific Tinder problem

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Business Insider

TINDER COFOUNDER: The biggest mistakes people make with their photos

memeburn

Tinder hits Apple TV: get gran to find matches for you

TNW

Tinder comes to Apple TV so you can bond with your family over sexting

Techvibes

Tinder Launches Apple TV App So You Can Swipe Potential Partners on Your Television

Product Hunt

Tinder on Apple TV

PhoneArena

Tinder on Apple TV: “Fun for the whole family”

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Wired UK , VentureBeat , TechCrunch , +2

Tinder is now on Apple TV to help you find a date from your television set

Adweek

Ad of the Day: Tinder Is Now on Apple TV, and Your Living Room Will Never Be the Same

Family Travel
Business Insider

Tinder wants to become your next party game by launching its own TV app

Techvibes

Weekly Roundup: Tinder Swipes Right on Startups While Facebook, Uber Creep Us

Adweek

Tinder Just Launched a Branded Podcast About Dating With Gimlet Creative

Techvibes

Sean Rad Steps Down as CEO of Tinder to Lead Swipe Ventures, a VC Firm for Social Startups

Re/code , TechCrunch , Business Insider , +1

Tinder’s Sean Rad is stepping down as CEO to become chairman

Travel Strategy
PhoneArena , WSJD

Tinder launches a podcast to discuss dating data and give you dating advices

Business Insider

Tinder's CEO reveals the 5 jobs women are most likely to swipe right on

Business Insider

Tinder CEO Sean Rad says the company's targeting 'locker room talk'