Last week, Nintendo and Niantic brought out "Pokémon Go," an augmented-reality smartphone game that has players exploring the real world to collect Pokémon and items and to battle other players. Daily active users measures what proportion of the smartphone population uses an app on any given day.
As of Friday, the game was on 5.16% of all US Android phones — versus just over 2% for Tinder. According to a different metric, "Pokémon Go" is set to shortly overtake the social network Twitter.
” Sounds like a match made in stoner heaven, at least for a month or two. and Dave might be better served dating someone unlike them.
“[It] helped me find my love, and now we burn together every day!
I'm sure doing something traditionally productive will get you ahead of the game and all, but I'm choosing to take my summer back this year.
On “The Bachelorette,” Bigger opened up to Lindsay about his upbringing and confessed he’d seen close friends die and family members get tangled up with drugs and crime. According to data from Similar Web, "Pokémon Go" has already been installed on more Android smartphones in the US than the dating app Tinder, which is itself a runaway hit.More recent data is not available, but "Pokémon Go" may have Tinder was launched back in 2012, five years ago, while Twitter came out in 2006 — a decade ago. This success is causing teething problems for the app.The most concerning though was the amount of really questionable guys on it.Guys that expected a relationship after the first date, or guys jobless and living with their parents, or guys who would flip out if you didn't respond within an hour.