There is no doubting the fact that we have seen a phenomenal rise in the use of dating apps and websites in recent years. This has caused a huge shift in attitudes and behaviour to dating and has had an impact on society in general.
Due to the proliferation of smartphones and these dating apps, there is a huge supply of potential partners for people to choose from. This has given rise to more acceptance of casual dating as people have the ability to meet so many new people. This is great fun as long as people act responsibly and are open and honest about it. Issues arise when people use dating apps when technically they shouldn’t be eg if they’re married and using a dating app to meet other people in secret.
Users of dating apps vary in age demographic but certainly millennials have very much welcomed them with open arms and use them as a social network. The infamous swiping right and left of one of the world’s most well-known dating apps Tinder is a major pastime for people, allowing them to “work” on their dating even while on a commute for example.
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This infographic from our friends in Carvaka outlines some interesting data about how these dating apps have risen and how certain ones are more popular in specific territories compared to others.
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