Women Are More Prone to Virtual Dating Apps Than Men – “WILD”

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

Wild online App reveals women are 30% more than men messaging and virtual dating during this time of quarantine.

LOS ANGELES: ‘Wild’ a free dating app for hookup reveals, that women are their maximum users compare to men, sending messages and virtual dating during this time of quarantine time.

As per the wild’s users census, between February and March 2020, there was an increase of 12% of women for new registration, whereas there was a 3% decrease from the male side. In-App use has also raised, women message rating goes up to 17.8% more month by month compared to men.

“What’s so interesting is that so many of our most active users since the pandemic began have been women,” explains Wild spokesperson, Catherine Malone. “We’re seeing this trend all over the country, too.”

When asked for potential reasons for this increase among women rather than men, Malone said, “Some of the feedback we’ve received from our female users is that the ‘forced communication’ that happens on a virtual date is more intimate and intentional than a live date.”

Malone continued, “Our hope is that our users stay home, date well, and embrace all the creative ways available to us to create some meaningful connections with people that you enjoy spending time with.” There’s a saying ‘Love is Blind’ that’s proved by virtual dating without being known to each other physically. Women are using the maximum advantage of being at home during this quarantine period.