The top grossing dating app worldwide for October 2019 was Tinder with more than $88.7 million in user spending, which represented 18 percent growth from October 2018. Approximately 43 percent of Tinder’s revenue was from the United States, followed by 7 percent from Great Britain and 5 percent from Australia. The full ranking of the top grossing dating apps for October 2019 is above. App revenue estimates are from Sensor Tower’s Store Intelligence platform.
Bumble was the second highest earning dating app worldwide for October 2019 with more than $20 million in gross revenue, which represented 44 percent year-over-year growth from October 2018. About 77 percent of Bumble’s revenue was from the U.S., followed by 9 percent from Great Britain. The next top grossing app was Tantan, followed by Pairs and Badoo.
Want to see how the rankings compared to the previous month? Check out the Top Grossing Dating Apps Worldwide for September 2019 here.
Store Intelligence users can see app revenue and app download estimates for the above apps in addition to historical performance metrics on the Sensor Tower platform. Our revenue estimates are from the App Store and Google Play worldwide between October 1, 2018 and October 31, 2019 and represent gross user spending. These rankings do not include app revenue from third-party Android stores.