Tinder is easily combustible material used to ignite fires by rudimentary methods. A small fire consisting of tinder is then used to ignite kindling. Anything that can be ignited by a match can be considered tinder; or by more rigorous definition, anything that begins to glow under a shower of sparks. The more restrictive definition is important in the study of survival skills, which redefines kindling as material requiring a match to ignite it.
Posts about Tinder
  • ‘Tinder for orangutans’ helps them find a mate

    … ‘Tinder for orangutans’ helps them find a mate It’s February, so you know what that means, Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching. You may be currently without a date, so you may find yourself looking to dating apps like Tinder to find yourself that special someone to spend the romantic holiday with. Well, you’re not alone. A zoo…

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  • The Top 6 Ways to Grow Your App

    … means tapping into existing networks to build your own. Whether sending mobile payment requests or car fare splits or sharing photos via SMS, or sharing a Spotify playlist on Facebook, inherent virality has plenty of precedent in established, successful apps. Nuzzel, the social news app, is the perfect example of this. Founder and CEO Jonathan Abrams…

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  • Trust in Social Media Security Is at an All-Time Low (Infographic)

    … in the security infrastructures provided by social sites is at an all time low. This year, 96 percent of the 1,017 American adults surveyed said they didn’t have a lot of trust in the ability of social networks to protect their privacy–three percentage points worse than a similar survey conducted in 2014. Millennials are significantly less trusting than…

    AllTwitterin Social- 17 readers -
  • Is the Gaming Industry the Next Big Marketing Channel?

    … successful and aligned with your goals as a brand. While success depends on a variety of factors, the gaming industry looks at a few universal metrics in particular. Metrics such as weekly engagement, time spent per day and weekly retention rates can provide you with insight into whether a game is well used. If it is, you need to determine whether…

    AllFacebookin Facebook Twitter- 27 readers -
  • WTFSEO: Pro Cargo Shorts and Proud

    … – and anything longer might as well be mom jeans. So few brands get it right, I more or less gave up. But we’re not here to talk about me, are we? ‘Bulky, Uncool and Just Flat-Out Ugly’ No, I’m not quoting my Tinder profile… Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal published a story about how much women hate cargo shorts and how dearly men cling…

    WTFSEOin Content- 28 readers -
  • Harassment Continues on Social Networks (Infographic)

    … online by someone they knew. 63 percent of online harassment happens on Facebook. 47 percent of millennials have either personally experienced harassment or know someone who has—unchanged since 2014. 62 percent of daily Tinder users (three-quarters of whom are millennials) have been harassed online. 55 percent of adults who reported harassment…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 17 readers -
  • Tinder Launches New Group Feature – Tinder Social

    … PACEDm.com Tinder, the world’s largest dating app with more than 26 million daily users, launched Tinder Social on Thursday–a new feature that enables groups of friends to connect with other groups and make plans to meet for the night for a group activity. Tinder founder and CEO, Sean Rad. (Image Credit: Forbes) “Tinder Social is designed…

    Performance Marketing Insiderin Social Facebook- 35 readers -
  • Is Your App Idea a Million-Dollar Uber or a Zero-Dollar Dud?

    … template designs simple and cheap–or even free if you’re still in school; how cool is that? The real challenge comes when you get ambitious. When you have a big idea with the potential to disrupt an industry. When you want to build Uber, or Hulu, or Tinder. An idea no one has ever seen before. That’s going to cost you. Angel investor Jason Calacanis…

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  • Ponder’s ‘Anti-Social Network’ Is Instagram Meets Reddit

    … are leveling the playing field for every single person to have their content be seen by a larger audience. It doesn’t matter if you’re a celebrity or an influencer: You have the same opportunity as everyone else to have your content be discovered. Ponder is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store. The app is backed by Mark Cuban, the founders of Tinder and Greylock Partners. …

    Inside Facebookin Social- 14 readers -
  • Tinder Testing Matchmaking Feature With Shareable Profiles

    … Dating app Tinder has announced it is testing a new matchmaking feature, which allows some users to share profile links with friends via text message. For now, the feature will be tested in ‘various markets,’ and isn’t available for everyone. With this matchmaking feature, some Tinder users will now see a ‘share’ button on some profiles…

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  • Forget Valentine’s Day, Dating Apps Peak in the Spring

    …, Tinder and OKCupid to determine the kinds of device access these apps may receive after they’ve been downloaded, and found 88 percent of the tested apps are capable of accessing a device’s location services, while 60 percent of the apps were capable of accessing the device’s installed social networking apps, as well as text messaging feature…

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