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Tinder Aims To Make Matching More ‘Humin’ With New Acquisition

Tinder Aims to Make Matching More ‘Humin’ With New Acquisition

Tinder wants to make its swiping experience more personalized. The Los Angeles-headquartered dating app, which has facilitated more than 10 billion matches in 196 countries around the world since it was founded in 2012, recently acquired the contextual computing app, Humin...
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Tinder Buys Humin In Push To Improve Its Dating Game

Tinder Buys Humin In Push To Improve Its Dating Game

Tinder is looking to move beyond the simple swipe. Today Tinder, the Match Group’s hot dating app, announced that it has acquired Humin, a San Francisco app company that made a smart contact list (also called Humin) and location-based networking app Knock Knock...
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Tinder Acquisition Hints It’s Thinking Beyond The Hookup

Tinder Acquisition Hints It’s Thinking Beyond the Hookup

Tinder may soon let you do a lot more than swipe right. The company is acquiring Humin, the San Francisco startup behind the contact-management app of the same name. Humin is also behind Knock Knock, an app for connecting with people nearby...
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Why Tinder Swiped Right On This Deal

Why Tinder Swiped Right on This Deal

Forbes covers Tinder's recent acquisition of Humin.
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Knock Knock App: Making Number Exchange Less Awkward

Knock Knock App: Making Number Exchange Less Awkward

Can exchanging numbers be less awkward and more fun? A new app, Knock Knock, is making social connections easier. Ankur Jain, CEO of Humin, gives us a look at how it works on Lunch Break.
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Networking Is Awkward, Just Knock

Networking is awkward, just knock

CNBC interviews Ankur about his work with Knock Knock. Watch the video below:
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