Chat for sexfiends
No matter what sort of narrative Tinder pushes, it is neither the singular spot to find your life partner nor is it destroying the souls of millennials and making them incapable of love.
So, if you're looking to settle down, feel free to swipe.
But the fact is this data — keeping in mind that no one outside of Tinder has actually seen all this data — is probably more revealing about the people who either stop dating online or have never started.
What made them opt out of what is now one of the most efficient ways of finding dates?
If you said "hooking up" you're certainly not alone, but of course there are plenty of people who’ve swiped their way to a soulmate and lived happily ever after, too. The dating powerhouse compiled the report, which it shared with the The first survey was done in the app and looked at more than 7,000 of Tinder's millennial users.
The second was done by an outside consulting firm and examined some 2,500 "offline daters," which includes people who had never logged on to a dating app and those who had but weren’t using one anymore.
Another study found it really wasn't the best app to use if all you wanted was to get laid.
This could be another step in their battle to crush the idea that they're turning us all into swipe-addicted sex fiends and to fend off apps like Bumble that tend to have a more wholesome reputation.
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