Tinder is a dating app that matches users to others based on geographic proximity. They can also see age, and if they have any Facebook connections in common. The Tinder app is built around the idea of the double opt-in — taking out the element of embarrassment and unwanted attention. You can only talk to someone if you both like each other. IAC was also responsible for dating sites Match.
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In an outburst on Twitter, the dating app Tinder criticized a recent Vanity Fair article describing the hookup culture in New York City. Tinder said it was unfairly portrayed in the article, and reporter Nancy Jo Sales failed to seek the company's comment for the story. The shakeup came just 24 hours after the company's formal Twitter account went on a tweeting spree against a writer for Vanity Fair magazine. That Twitter spree in turn sparked an online backlash against Tinder.