Eharmony and gay dating
"We don't discourage people from Tinder," he said, adding that apps like Tinder are primarily used for dating and hooking up -- not marriage.
Rather, connecting people is becoming harder because "people are becoming more complex." That's a result of our increasingly wired world, said Warren, who worked as a clinical psychologist for 35 years before starting e Harmony with his son-in-law.
"The more complex you are, the harder it is to find someone with broad-based compatibility," he said.
The site, which bills itself as a place for finding deep love that leads to marriage, first launched in August 2000.
Warren, who retired in 2007, came out of retirement in 2012 to help "turn around" the company.