We plunged into the world of online dating apps, went on a few dates, and got married to a Tinder match. That’s how we got our experience, but we got our juicy stats by asking 400 people across America to spill about their dating app habits, successes, and epic fails.Rebecca has been writing about tech and home networking for more than four years.On the flip side, one in three people don’t think simply using a dating app is enough to call it cheating.And one in 10 don’t think it’s necessary to disclose whether you’re in a long-term relationship while using a dating app. It’s surprisingly common, with 47% of people admitting to ghosting someone and 45% saying they’ve been ghosted.
One in 10 surveyed Americans have been active on a dating app while out with another person. Not, like, spooky ghosts, but like when you decide to break it off with someone by just . Meet in public, and make sure to let someone else know where you’ll be.FTC also warned the parents stating that these dating apps lets sexual predators find and communicate with children.Apparently, these three apps allow children to create their public profiles on the platform via which adults can easily connect with them.According to our survey, these are the most-used dating apps, where you’ll have the best chance of finding a connection. We found that most people stop using their dating apps regularly after one great date, but 6% of those surveyed never delete their apps (more on that scandal below).Most people on dating apps are just there to hook up, right? Over half of surveyed US dating app users have started a serious relationship with someone they met through an app. So here’s the tea: a lot of people with dating profiles are already in serious relationships.
And these serious relationships aren’t necessarily open relationships—usually they’re just being sneaky.