has never really shaken its reputation among consumers as a “hook up” app, instead of one designed for more serious dating.
Now, it seems Tinder is planning to embrace its status as the default app for younger users who aren’t ready to settle down.
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,” and “Study Abroad Hookup Confessions.” Definitely not material for the relationship-minded.“Tinder was such a phenomenon when it launched and spread so quickly that the market defined the brand, versus the business defining the brand,” said Ginsberg, referring to its “hook up app” reputation.“Tinder’s brand particularly resonated with 18 to 25 year-olds because it provides a fun and easy way to meet people.To be fair, Tinder has never really invested in many features that push people to go on dates or exit its app.Instead, it has added addictive features like an in-app news feed – like a social network would have – and tools that enhance in-app chats, like sharing GIFs.