To attract more users, without worrying about exceptional Internet storage and use management devices, the Tinder dating app plans to introduce the lightweight Tinder Lite application.
With the Tinder Lite app, millions of people can access it with a simple smartphone, limited data access, or both.
As part of the results, Mandy Ginsberg, CEO of Tinder’s Match Group parent company, launched a plan for the Tinder Lite application, which would be more suitable for the area where “premium” cell data is sent. Engadget was announced on Saturday.
Although Ginsberg did not mention other characteristics or exit dates other than “immediately,” he cited the Southeast Asian region as a high priority, with a flood of young people in crowded cities.
India, which has the largest population in the world for thousands of years, is also part of Tinder’s destination.
According to available public domain information, an estimated 50 million people worldwide use Tinder.
The number of tired customers increased 38% at the beginning of 2019 compared to the previous year (year to year).