Tinder, the world's most popular app for meeting new people, reveals new insights about how young adults in India are boldly challenging societal norms, embracing fluid identities, and reshaping the dating landscape with an open mindset.
Sharmistha Dubey served as the CEO of Match Group, a conglomerate that owns several global dating apps including Match.com, Tinder, OkCupid, and Hinge.
The company said that Garbo's new online background check platform will be made available to the general public in the US and will also be launched to Tinder members via Tinder's Safety Center.
This track reflects how dating for Gen Z has become fluid, self-aware, and comfortable with presenting their authentic self socially, with music being the number one "Passion" that Tinder members include on their profiles globally.
Sophos researchers have code-named the threat "CryptoRom" which relies heavily on social engineering at almost every stage.
Tinder first rolled out ID Verification in Japan in 2019
The Safety Centre will be available at members' fingertips via the app's main menu and any time members chat with potential matches
Whether those contacts are already on Tinder or decide to download it later using the same contact info, they won't appear as a potential match.
"AYS?" joins the suite of harm reduction tools Tinder already has in place, including "Does This Bother You?"