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These Indian Cities Have the Highest Rate of Swiping Right on Tinder

Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chandigarh are the most active on Tinder in that order

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A man uses the dating app Tinder in New Delhi, India (Representational image). VOA

As per data made available by online dating platform Tinder, Pune tops the list of six Indian cities that have the highest rate of swiping right on its app.

The other cities in order of most right-swipes are: Delhi-NCR, Chandigarh, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru.

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On Tinder, which during August 2019 was the most downloaded dating app around the world with about 5.8 million installs, swiping right on a profile means expressing interest in that user. Mutual right swipes from two users leads to a match.

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The app also shared details of cities which are the most active on Tinder.

Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chandigarh are the most active on Tinder in that order. (IANS)

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Popular Dating Apps Including Tinder Share User Data With Dozens of Companies

The apps were chosen for the study as they were the most popular apps on Google Play at the time in "certain categories where sensitive category personal data were deemed likely to be processed, such as data about health, religion, children, and sexual preferences"

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The apps tested include the dating apps Grindr, Happn, OkCupid, and Tinder; the period tracker apps Clue and MyDays; the makeup app Perfect; the religious app Muslim: Qibla Finder; the children's app My Talking Tom 2; and the keyboard app Wave Keyboard. Pixabay

Ten popular apps, including dating apps like Tinder, OKCupid and Grindr, have been found sharing people’s personal information with dozens of digital marketing and ad tech companies without users’ knowledge, according to a new study.

The only way for many users to protect their information, the study conducted by the Norwegian Consumer Council (NCC) says, is for them to have never installed the apps at all.

The apps tested include the dating apps Grindr, Happn, OkCupid, and Tinder; the period tracker apps Clue and MyDays; the makeup app Perfect; the religious app Muslim: Qibla Finder; the children’s app My Talking Tom 2; and the keyboard app Wave Keyboard, ZDNet reported on Wednesday.

The study took into consideration the activity of 10 popular apps during the period June to November 2019 in order to identify how personal data is transmitted from these apps to commercial third parties.

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Ten popular apps, including dating apps like Tinder, OKCupid and Grindr, have been found sharing people’s personal information with dozens of digital marketing and ad tech companies without users’ knowledge, according to a new study. Wikimedia Commons

The apps were chosen for the study as they were the most popular apps on Google Play at the time in “certain categories where sensitive category personal data were deemed likely to be processed, such as data about health, religion, children, and sexual preferences”.

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Only the Android versions of these apps were tested, with NCC explaining that this was due to Android being the largest mobile operating system worldwide, in addition to Google being a key player in the ad tech industry, the report added. (IANS)