Online dating as the mainstream way to meet your partner isn't even news anymore. Nowadays, it's more shocking to say "We met at a bar" than " We met on Hinge. According to this GQ article about Bumble , your chances of finding love on a night out in London are three in one million. Don't hit us with "but that's not in the U.
No longer do singles have to trawl through pubs on a Friday night, or strike up an awkward conversation with a crush at work. Chatting with a stranger from the comfort of your own home is the new normal. In your pjs. Glass of wine in one hand, phone in the other. With online dating becoming so popular, you may be wondering where to start.
Being single in the digital age is tough. Plenty of Fish started as an online dating site back in and has since got itself an easy to use app. This dating app is more popular over in the UK, but plenty of people use it in Australia. The dating app is also geared towards people who are looking for long-term relationships and uses an algorithm to match you with the person that is most suited to your romantic interests.
My dating philosophy starts with giving a chance to the yeses and the maybes — and that goes for dating apps, too. I'll try 'em all. And a shout-out to those apps out there that are trying to break the mould, getting us all past the "hey, how are yous" and into the "you pick the movie, I'll pick the takeout" phase of life. Here's to Hinge , branding itself as the relationship app where you have the opportunity for quippy captions and a video. Speaking of video, the entire premise of Ohi in the US is that live action is better than photos; it gives you ONLY video to work with.