“Just open Tinder to check it out,” they encourage.
“We’re sure these updates will make swiping even better and will lead to more meaningful matches.” …
Somewhere between one-third and three-quarters of single people with internet access have used it to try and meet someone new.
But, over the years, we’ve heard conflicting stories about how successful it is.
According to Tech Crunch , Tinder users undergo a three-step decision-making process when evaluating whether or not to engage with another user.
This involves: So how important are geographical distance and age in the rational stage?
According to these stats, 20 percent of heterosexual couples sampled, and nearly 70 percent of same-sex couples met this way and its growth shows no signs of abating.
Leave aside, for a minute, your Disneyland notions of soulmates or true love: In reality, most people could happily pair off with a large number of potential partners, and the factors that determine whom they do pair with have as much to do with circumstance as anything else.
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Tinder, a mobile dating app, has a reputation for facilitating hook-ups based primarily on appearance.
This is likely because the app gives users very little information other than geographic proximity, name, age and – of course – photos.