10 Stories Not To Miss On GDI This Week

  1. Tinder Is Launching A Web Version Of Its Dating Service – Tinder Online lets users swipe left and right using their cursor, and easily type messages to their matches.
  2. Developers Can Now Reply To Reviews On The App Store – They can do this by accessing the iTunes Connect dashboard, where they can browse through all their customer reviews.
  3. Grindr Continues Brand Evolution With Launch Of New Lifestyle Website Into – Into is a platform that serves up a variety of different cultural content.
  4. BRO App Partners With Anonymous Data Monetisation Company Tutela To Add New Revenue Stream – Tutela’s software currently runs on 30m devices worldwide and in 170 mobile apps.
  5. With Dating Its Biggest Ad Vertical, We Meet The Head Of Advertising At ExoClick, The World’s 4th Largest Ad Network – ExoClick recently announced it was launching a native advertising format to its platform.
  6. Match.com & eHarmony Nixed Frequent Flier Deals That Caused Frenzy Among Discount Enthusiasts – Match Group said the affiliated promoter who launched the deal did so “without authorization”.
  7. Tinder Is Testing A New Offline Date Suggestion Status Feature – The Match Group-owned app is currently testing a new offline date suggestion feature called “Matches Up For…”
  8. Marketing Analytics Tool Built For Match Group By AppsFlyer Sees Official Launch – Pivot is a reporting interface that lets companies easily view and customise marketing data.
  9. 20-Year-Old Removed From Tinder After $5 Dating App Scam Goes Viral – Maggie Archer from St. Louis, Missouri set up her Tinder bio to read: “Send me $5, see what happens”.
  10. Tinder Hires A Handful Of New Country Managers To Aide International Expansion – News of the hires came alongside interesting stats about Tinder’s growth from its VP of International, Derek Callow.


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