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 According to a recent study from Flurry Analytics, there are 17 million active users on the 20 most popular dating apps worldwide. In January 2013 alone, there were 2.1 billion active sessions on these apps.As early adopters of most technology, we might be tempted to assume that young adults and teens are forging the technology-facilitated dating path, but that’s not the case: Making up about 43% of all users, the largest user group of dating apps is adults ages 25 to 34. About one in five adults ages 35 to 54 and one out of three young adults 18 to 24 are using dating apps also. Meanwhile, while one-third of all baby-boomers are unmarried , only 3% of those over 55 are using dating apps.[4,6] Usage data for under-18’s are harder to come by, partly because apps often require that users be over the age of 18.
For example, maybe people are more likely to lie and pretend to be someone they’re not.Perhaps this behavior is more often ‘optimistic dating’ though (who doesn’t wish they looked 10 years younger? Certainly, too, people lie in face-to-face dating situations also.Another potential risk with technology-facilitated dating is the possible ease for casual hook ups.The research is somewhat mixed with respect to finding partners online; less is known about phone apps.In general though, we find that people who engage in risky sexual behavior with partners they find online are also engaging in risky sexual behavior with partners they find face-to-face.[7,8,9] So, we can’t blame technology for unhealthy sexual decision making. Here is a sampling of mobile dating apps that are helping people find romantic or sexual connections – often in inventive ways: How About We: This app allows individuals to post to another’s profile with date suggestions.