The online dating market is worth $2.2 billion in the US alone, and continues to grow as more people look for love with the help of dating apps.
Developing a dating app isn’t about matchmaking. It’s about creating an enjoyable experience: meeting new people and falling in love.
The number of rivals in the dating app market will rise to 5,000 companies by 2020. Players range from mass apps to those specializing in niche interests
|Tinder||iOS, Android, Apple Watch||Simple, fun, and addictive with a novel swipe mechanism. Tinder changed the game by killing questionnaires and leaving only photos of people. It also warmed people up to the idea that online matchmaking is not strictly about dating. Everybody is on Tinder. It’s a social discovery app.|
|eHarmony||iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Web||eHarmony targets older, loveserious singles. It matches couples based on core personality traits that eHarmony determines through a compatibility test. Even though intense psychological scrutiny is an aging trend, eHarmony still successfully helps people get married|
|Grindr||iOS, Android||Grindr is made exclusively for gay, bi and curious men, allowing them to meet up with likeminded men nearby. It does not offer accounts for women. Grindr lets people chat online and meet up in real life.|
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