This might be the time to make a connection
We all know someone who met their “forever person” online. It doesn’t particularly mean a dating site. It can be through social media or even a multiplayer game! But, it’s not a myth and does happen from time to time.
But here, we will be discussing five of the most used dating apps, along with a few of our recommendations. These are apps that might fill the age gaps that are not covered by the frequently used dating apps. Whether you’re looking for a casual fling or a long term love, start by downloading one of these.
The Biggest fish in the pond: Tinder
The Kochava Collective, a host of the largest independent mobile data marketplace, identified Tinder as having the highest number of users. If you are someone who likes a lot of options, this is one way to go.
For those wanting to make the first move: Bumble
This is a platform where the ladies are in control and initiate communication. The users are between 26-35 but it’s good for younger daters as well.
For college graduates: Plenty of Fish
According to Kochava, this one had the youngest user base after bumble, with many coming under 36. It’s also one of the largest platforms out there.
For dating after 40: MeetMe
The data shows that users are of ages mostly between 46 and 55, sometimes extending up to 65.
For those looking for a guy: Happn
Kochava records that more men are downloading this app than women. It is a location-based dating app and the ration works in the ladies’ favor.
For LQBTQ daters: Grindr
Grindr is known as the world’s largest social networking all for gay, bu, trans, and queer people.
For those who need something more than Tinder: Hinge
Hinge is a dating app that uses a swiping system similar to Tinder, but it focuses more on finding long term relationships. In fact, the app uses the catchphrase “designed to be deleted.”