Among Millennials, that number was even higher, with 70 percent of them revealing they use it.And it makes sense: The app seems to always be adding new fun features, from having users name their favorite song, their "anthem," to the ability to "Super Like" someone.All that said, they also found out the dating apps were using, so you may want to get your phone ready to download some — or all — of them.
Technology company Report Linker surveyed 501 online respondents in the U. aged 18 to 64 who mentioned they're singles, widowed, or divorced.
As far as the popularity of dating apps is concerned, those who online date said they belong to 2.4 websites on average.
Helen Fisher, biological anthropologist and Chief Scientific Advisor to Match said in a press release.
"We’ve captured the great spring forward in gender equality."Here are the major takeaways from the survey: When it comes to making assumptions about potential first dates, what holds the most weight?
Match came in second place with 32 percent of mentions in Report Linker's findings.
Match, too, differentiates itself from some of its online competitors by showing where you and another user crossed paths IRL through their "Missed Connections" feature.
You may have heard about the "dating apocalypse", but also how dating apps are more popular than ever in the U. and that the majority of Americans say online dating is a good way to meet people.
You may believe that we're all still in touch with our exes and past partners due to our obsession with social media and our smartphones, but we're also all ghosting, zombieing, benching, and breadcrumbing each other.
" As you can imagine, they make for good conversation-starters.