- Tinder is among the top-grossing dating apps in the world on both android and iOS platforms followed by another US app Bumble and Japanese App Pairs.
The world’s top-size dating app for February 2020 was Tinder with user spending of $76.6 million. The US accounted for 41.6 percent of Tinder’s sales, followed by Great Britain’s 7.1 percent, and Germany’s 4.8 percent. The top-grossing dating apps full list for February 2020 is above. Estimates of the product sales are from the Store Intelligence tool at Sensor Tower.
Bumble was the world’s second-highest-earning dating app with $18 million in gross revenue for February 2020, reflecting 9.8 percent year-over-year growth from February 2019. Users in the United States produced 75.6 percent of Bumble’s revenue, followed by Great Britain’s 8.6 percent.
Pairs app was the next top-grossing app, followed by Badoo and Tantan. In addition to historical performance reports on the Sensor Tower website, Store Intelligence users can also view device sales and app usage figures for the above applications. From 1 February 2019 and 29 February 2020, our sales figures are from the App Store and Google Play worldwide, which reflect total user spending. These rankings do not include app sales from Android stores from third parties.
Let’s have a look at the top three apps:-
Tinder- Tinder is an online dating and geosocial networking application that allows users to click anonymously to like or dislike certain profiles based on their images, a short bio, and common interests. If two users have “connected” the messages can be exchanged. In 2012, Tinder initiated a joint venture between IAC and the mobile app development company Xtreme Labs within the startup incubator Hatch Labs. Tinder had recorded around one billion “swipes” a day by 2014. Tinder originally needed access to a Facebook account to use the app, but in August 2019, it began to allow users to register with just one phone number. Tinder is the most popular dating app among the Millenials and especially in markets such as India.Key Tinder statistics
- 57 million Tinder users around the world
- 4.1 million Tinder subscribers pay for a premium Tinder Plus and Tinder Gold
- Tinder is used in 190 countries and is available in 40 languages
- Tinder was processing one billion swipes per day by late 2014, that has now risen to 1.6 billion
- Tinder users go on one million dates per week
- Over 20 billion matches made since Tinder launched
- Bumble- Bumble is a location-based social application that encourages communication among the users concerned. In heterosexual matches, only female users can make the first contact with matched male users, while either person can send a message first in matching same-sex matches. Users can use Facebook to sign up and have options to check for romantic matches or mates in “BFF mode.” Bumble Bizz promotes contact with companies. Bumble was founded shortly after she left Tinder by Whitney Wolfe Herd, a dating app she co-founded because of growing tensions with other company executives. Wolfe Herd described Bumble as an “App for feminist dating.” As of September 2019, with a monthly user base of 5 million, Bumble is the second-most popular dating app in the U.S. after Tinder.
- Pairs- Pairs is another online dating site and one that has seen several commercials on TV and train since it went online. This website and its associated app still uses your Facebook profile but allows you to mask your full name while forcing its users to go through the initials. Their target audience appears to be younger Japanese people, “so there are plenty of guys to choose from, but there are few and far between those interested in pursuing a serious relationship with a non-Japanese speaker, at least in my experience,” according to a user. It only has a Japanese language feature and is available on the iOS platform.
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