1. Tinder to add panic button and anti-catfishing tech

    Tinder's new verification feature.

    Tinder is adding a panic button and other safety features to its dating app.

    The new functions will include emergency assistance and location tracking, as well as photo verification.

    Parent company Match Group - which also owns PlentyOfFish, OkCupid and Hinge - aims to roll out the features on its other dating platforms later this year.

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  2. A Bournemouth University alumni has gone viral from his online dating profile

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  3. Tinder user surge buoys Match Group earnings

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    A surge in Tinder users has helped owner Match Group post better-than-expected revenues for the three months to March.

    The dating app - which lets users swipe right or left to like or reject potential matches -reported 4.7 million average subscribers in the quarter, 1.3 million more than last year.

    That helped boost quarterly revenues for Match Group, a US-based firm that owns other dating sites including Match.com, by around 14% to $464.6m (£355.3).

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    Bumble dating app CEO Whitney Wolfe says don't take yourself too seriously.

  5. Is technology changing the way we love?

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    Video caption: Dating apps have taken the world by storm, but they may also affect our self esteem.
  6. Man hopes to legally change his age - to boost Tinder prospects

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    Feeling younger than you look?

    There could be something you can do about that.

    A Dutch entrepreneur has started a legal battle to legally change his age and boost his dating prospects.

    Emile Ratelband, 69, wants to shift his birthday from 11 March 1949 to 11 March 1969, comparing the change to identifying as being transgender.

    "You can change your name. You can change your gender. Why not your age?" he told Dutch paper De Telegraaf.

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