Tinder, the spark that set the industry alight, remains its brightest star.
Having revolutionized the dating game with its now ubiquitous swiping mechanics, it’s no big surprise to see it dominate on i OS.
Tantan, a Chinese Tinder clone that has the added bonus of censoring phrases like “hook up buddy” in the chat, sits in fourth place on i OS.
Though it is currently focused on the Chinese market, where Tinder can’t be used without a VPN due to its Facebook ties, Tantan could become a threat if it moved into the global market.
From a download perspective, the US is the place to go if you’re looking for love on Tinder, especially if you have an i Phone.
This means American users have a much deeper pool of potential matches to choose from, giving them a greater chance of finding that special someone.
When we look at Tinder’s revenues, we discover that there is another place in the world where romantics should go.
In the larger Android dating market, Tinder doesn’t quite have things its own way.
Despite sitting comfortably in second place with more than 20 million installs, London-based Badoo trumped it with more than 27 million installs overall on Android.