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Users can choose whether this is displayed on their profile or not. On December 2018, Tinder launched a new editorial website: Swipe Life On May 10, 2019, it was reported that Tinder was planning for a lighter version app called Tinder Lite aimed at growing markets where data usage, bandwidth and storage space is a concern.
On August 6, 2019, Match Group announced that Tinder had 5.2 million paying subscribers at the end of 2019's second quarter, up 1.5 million from the year-ago quarter and up 503,000 from the first quarter of 2019.
Tinder has stated that Super Likes make it three times more likely for users to match than standard right swipes.
As of November 11, 2015, Tinder's "Moments" feature had been retired.
If minors were found being under 18, they were banned from using Tinder until 18.
It has met with controversy over limiting the number of "likes" a free user can give in a certain amount of time, as well as charging prices for different age groups.
As of late 2014, an estimated 50 million people used the app every month with an average of 12 million matches per day.
Initially, instead of utilizing Tinder's current swiping motion for making matches, users had to click either a green heart or a red X to select or move on from a displayed photo.
Sean Rad has served as Tinder's CEO on two occasions.