She enjoys socialising with friends, exploring new places and can often be found with her nose in a book.
For nearly as long as humans have used computers, they’ve used them to find love — or at least some… By 1993, when Gary Kremen founded Match.com, the internet had made matchmaking quicker, more user-friendly, and efficient.
Interestingly, just 16.1% of Match users said this was their main reason for using the platform, with the majority of people reporting love as their top factor (30.5%).
“When it comes to love, it appears we’re still a bunch of romantics.” To conduct this study, ABODO asked college students to indicate the dating apps they use and rank reasons why via an email survey.
The survey received almost 5,000 responses and 3,500 people indicated that they used at least one of the dating apps listed.
Last month is was reported that Tinder had launched a study into why college students use the app and revealed that the most popular answer from singles (44.44%) was that they were using Tinder for “confidence-boosting procrastination”.
According to a recent study, a huge 91% of college students surveyed said they were using dating apps for more than just hookups.
Conducted by ABODO, the study called “Swipe Right For Love?