* You can turn off the auto-renewal of your subscription through the App Store on your Apple device or through the i Tunes store on your computer.
Privately-held EHarmony doesn’t disclose financial details. In the early 2000s, Silicon Valley investors Sequoia Capital and Technology Crossover Ventures got the company going with more than $100 million, but EHarmony declined to name current shareholders.
It considered going public several years ago until it experienced slowing user sign-ups and executive turnover.
Although they still mention "Introducing Tinder Online: a fun, new web experience and your English professor’s worst nightmare.
Don’t let life get in the way of your Tinder game." Boost & Super Like are not available on the web version yet. I like the product demo 😬@bentossell Perhaps the best video I've seen on a launch. I lead the web product for our team - and one of the things about web is that it remains the most ubiquitous end point, and for cases where you want to "share" the physical space you're in, it remains the best form factor (apple tv is a good 2nd place :)).
Koutsomitis spoke to GDI earlier this year in an interview published this week, talking about the app, which uses elements of gaming to help users build their profiles, learn about themselves, and connect with other likeminded singles.
started by two Stanford graduates, Simon Tisminezky and Dan Abelon after an entrepreneurship class at Stanford Business School co-taught by Eric Schmidt.
Each date lasts three minutes, after which users can continue the conversation or chat with someone else. Speed has applications on i Phone, i Pad, Android, Facebook, My Space, Bebo and Meebo.
Like many online dating sites, Speed is a freemium service and its revenue comes from premium subscriptions.
But entering the jobs market -- an industry 20 times larger than the dating market -- could quickly redefine the company’s prospects.“It’s important to not rest on your laurels,” Erickson said.