Sensor Tower Publishes Highest Grossing Dating Apps For January 2020

Mobile data analytics company Sensor Tower has released its monthly list of the world’s highest grossing dating apps.

Once again, Tinder was at the top of the rankings having brought in approximately $86 million in user spending during January. Bumble retained its second place position with over $20 million of monthly revenue, a year-on-year increase of 27.3%.

Match Group was well represented with Pairs (third), Hinge (eighth) and Match (ninth) all making the top 10.

Chinese dating app Tantan took the fourth spot, one place ahead of Badoo, the second MagicLab subsidiary to be included. Grindr, the only LGBTQ product on the list, was in sixth position followed by Japanese app Tapple. Fast growing startup Hily completed the roundup, its lowest ranking in the past year.

The revenue estimates are based on information from the App Store and Google Play throughout January, but do not include any data from third party Android stores in China or other regions.

Sensor Tower also revealed the top 10 non-gaming apps in Europe for 2019. Tinder was in the number one position again, ahead of Netflix and YouTube.

Three other dating apps featured on the list; Badoo, The Meet Group-owned LOVOO and and video dating platform Azar.

The South Korean-based product has flown largely under the radar of the rest of the online dating industry, but has been downloaded more than 300 million times around the world.

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