Dating Pro Digest: Dopamine spikes responsible for dating apps addiction; New holiday travel app to be launched; Educational side of Tinder in a new Japanese commercial.
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Dating industry news digest for today: Using a dating app causes a ‘happiness’ spike on a biology level; New dating app for holiday travellers to be launched in 2020; Japanese commercial shows the educational advantages of Tinder.
“I am thankful for all of those who said NO to me. It’s because of them I’m doing it myself.” – Albert Einstein
Using a dating app causes a ‘happiness’ spike on a biology level
Turns out, there a clear neurological impact of the dating app use on our brain, as recent Bustle magazine research recently found.
A satisfying effect from getting a match or a message is ‘hard-wired’ into our brains, which can also become a ‘happiness’ addiction of sorts — which explains why we use dating apps so often. It’s in our nature!
New dating app for holiday travellers to be launched in 2020
‘Toffee Travel’, an app for privately-educated singles who share a similar experience, is set to be launched in 2020.
Research shows that almost half of UK-based Millenials book holidays solo, and the new travel app caters for this audience specifically.
Japanese commercial shows the educational advantages of Tinder
‘I want to know the world more’ is a rough translation of the tagline in the new Tinder commercial for Japan.
The video shows a girl struggling with her language-learning, which comes naturally and in fun ways once she finds a new friend on Tinder.
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