The CEO of Tinder, Sean Rad, gives us a shocking number of how many women he’s actually been with on the genius dating app, Tinder. Hit the jump to find out.
On Monday, Kim Kardashian-West, Khloe Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner all launched their own apps, and unsurprisingly, they’re all off to an amazing start. Each app is free to download but requires a $3/month subscription fee, and in the first day alone – the collective number of downloads was 900,000! Kylie led the back with the most downloads, followed by Khloe, then Kim, then Kendall. Clearly Kourtney couldn’t be bothered with her own, LOL.
By that number alone, if everyone subscribed, they already are at an annual income of $33 million a year…and that’s just off the first day. Soooo…anyone wanna get together and design an app with me ooor…?
This new era of streaming apps have artists picking sides left and right. While it’s clear that his labelmates Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne both stand with Jay Z over at TIDAL, Drake has drawn his lines in the sand and has opted to take his talents over to Apple Music. (We kind of already guessed that would happen when he was one of the first people seeded with their [poorly-selling] Apple Watches.)
Taking to Instagram last night, Drizzy previewed a quick black-and-white clip for the video to his single “Energy,” and revealed that it will premiere via Apple Music today, July 10. Wonder how long it will take to get to the web because I definitely haven’t signed up for any of these apps!
Exasperated and frustrated by the sights of homelessness, a California woman created an application that has helped feed almost 600,000 homeless.
Google’s streaming service Google Play music is now free for everyone, without a subscription. Like Spotify and Pandora, Google Play music now allows you to listen to music whenever you want without having to pay for it. This gives Tat Wza another way to play music while driving. Click the link to find out how to get free music on Google.