When you talk about online dating these days, Tinder is the first thing that comes to mind.
Well, we gave most of the apps a shot and Ok Cupid is a very popular dating app on its own and it has been present on the online dating scene since 2004. While Ok Cupid includes the swipe features that Tinder incorporates, it brings a lot more.
We include a simple to use user-interface program for setting up standard analyses and a suit of programs for analysing the results.
The complete source code for BEAST is now distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License and the source code, bug tracking database and information for developers is now hosted by Google: These are the groups we know of providing public access to cluster resources that run BEAST.
While it’s still available for free, the company received a lot of flak last year when it brought a Plus subscription that vastly limited the free version.
While we don’t have a problem with the Tinder Plus subscription, there are other problems like the app’s appearance-based approach for matches, which isn’t liked by everyone.