Aug 3, 2018
Dating apps: Tinder, Chappy and Bumble 'least preferred' way to meet people
Dating apps are the least preferred way to meet someone new - despite around half of 16-34-year-olds using them, a Radio 1 Newsbeat survey suggests. Almost a third of those who use apps like Tinder, Chappy and Bumble do so because they're "Too shy" to approach people they meet in person. Relationship psychologist Madeleine Mason Roantree believes more people are using dating apps because they want an instant fix. 37% say dating apps are their least preferred method to meet a new partner. Talking to people on apps is "a way to connect with people you may not be able to meet otherwise", Sam Dumas from Chappy explains.
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