3 Dating Applications That Changed The Dating Culture

The use of online dating websites and applications is becoming an increasingly accepted way to meet a potential partner. Dating is known to be an ambiguous and contradictory process, highly vulnerable to influences from cultural settings. the capabilities online dating may have in reframing the dating process and in generating changes in the social structure of our society.

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These changes would result in the adherence of a globalized dating culture as online dating applications increase in popularity worldwide. The literature on behaviour in an online dating environment, underling the advantageous characteristic that computer-mediated communication is known to have. Moreover, a retrospective with regard to popular concepts that explain relationships in the digital era is made, Maria Stoicescu1 Wrote in the Journal Of Comparative Research In Anthropology And Sociology.

Three dating sites gained popularity during COVID19

  1. Tinder

According to tinder blogs, they present the statistics in the surge of their users across the world during the quarantine. “ COVID got us to open up. The combination of being stuck at home and the fact that we were all going through the same thing at the same time led folks on Tinder to get chattier than ever. Globally, April 5th was the peak of this chattiness:

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on that day Tinder members sent an average of 52% more messages vs. the start of lockdowns in early March. Young Spaniards got particularly chatty: by mid-April, Spain’s Gen Z members were sending nearly double the messages each day, compared to the beginning of lockdown, more than any other country in the world.”

  1. OkCupid

The coronavirus pandemic has affected just about every aspect of our lives, and dating is no exception. Around the world, 2.6 billion people are under stringent stay-at-home orders, and quarantined singles are looking to meet new people, socialize, laugh, and love — all from the safety of their own homes.

Women Are More Prone to Virtual Dating Apps Than Men
Women Are More Prone to Virtual Dating Apps Than Men

Despite this uncertain time, singles are craving connection now more than ever, and they’re finding it by matching with other singles seeking the same thing. In fact, there was a staggering 900% increase in mentions of “coronavirus” and “social distancing” on OkCupid profiles between February and March.

That got us thinking — in what other ways could coronavirus impact dating? Over the past two weeks, we’ve been analyzing the activity of OkCupid’s tens of millions of daters to discover how they’re adjusting their dating lives in the wake of COVID-19.

  1.  Bumble 

According to the message from the CEO of Bumble “Bumble has now grown far beyond a dating app into a networking platform, allowing people of all genders to make empowered connections in all areas of their lives, whether that means you’re seeking a romantic relationship on Bumble Date, making new friendships on Bumble BFF, or growing your professional network on Bumble Bizz.

Dating Culture
Dating Culture

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