These numbers correlate with a shifting opinion about the taboo of meeting online.Pew says that 59 percent of Americans approve of online dating, and 47 percent of Americans think online dating is easier and more efficient than other means of finding love.“Online dating has lost much of its stigma,” Pew researchers Aaron Smith and Monica Anderson write, “and a majority of Americans now say online dating is a good way to meet people.” “Twenty years from now, the idea that someone looking for love won’t look for it online will be silly, akin to skipping the card catalog to instead wander the stacks because the right books are found only by accident.Rosenfeld and Thomas’ research demonstrates that couples that meet online aren’t any less likely to break up than couples who meet offline, and Tinder’s own sociologist, Jessica Carbino, told that her research indicates that Tinder users are more likely to be looking for a committed relationship than their offline peers: nine percent of men using Tinder indicate that they find it hard to have a “committed relationship” while 30 percent of men dating offline feel the same.
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In 2013, when it was mostly known as a “hook-up app women actually use,” the mobile app had 20,000 daily downloads and contained 1.5 billion profiles.
Today, Tinder claims that it facilitates 26 million matches per day, and has accumulated 200 billion matches to date.
just got this, app recently, but ill be subscribing in a few days to see how well this works.
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