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They named the new premium tier Tinder Plus, and made all sorts of head scratching decisions about how much to charge and what features to include in the new product.

So while, for better or for worse, most everybody has tried an online dating app at this point, I think they would tell you, in the 18- to 35-year-old age range.

And now what I'm seeing is a new wave of kind of second-round daters joining.

Tinder has plenty of competition these days, with upstarts like Hinge, The League, Bumble, Coffee Meets Bagel, and a slew of others raising capital, introducing new features/improvements, and growing their user bases.

Just like social media platforms, dating platforms thrive on network effects, with large growing active user bases typically attracting more users and thus reinforcing growth in a positive feedback loop.