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Hinge Wants to De-Gamify the Dating App Experience and Get Users to Delete It
April 11, 2019
Hinge is rolling out changes meant to de-gamify the dating app experience, with the ultimate design gearing toward users deleting the app altogether. Justin McLeod, founder and CEO, explains why.
TikTok is Not a National Security Threat 'In Any Way,' Says Chief Security Officer
Apr 11, 2019
With New Design, Hinge CEO Hopes to Reinforce Delete-This-App Message
Hinge calls itself the dating app designed to be deleted, and its new design is aimed at reinforcing that message. But even with with people deleting the app, Hinge CEO told Cheddar he isn't worried about the company's future. "As long as there are single people in world, we think we'll be OK."
Aug 7, 2020
During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Consent Is Key When Navigating Intimacy
Cheddar investigates how the pandemic has changed the landscape of dating and intimacy, and how it added a greater weight to the concept of consent.
Jun 26, 2018
Hinge CEO Justin McLeod: Dating App's 'Match' Will Help it Grow
Match, which acquired a 51 percent stake in the dating app last week, will help the company scale both domestically and around the world, said Hinge CEO Justin McLeod. Match's portfolio also includes Tinder and OkCupid.