Of those who are “single and looking,” the number jumps to 38 per cent, according to the 2013 survey.
The crowd trends slightly younger, with the largest group of users between 25 and 44.
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A recent Pew study found that some 9 per cent of U. adults say they’ve used dating sites or mobile dating apps, up from 3 per cent in 2008. As the near-constant use of smartphones proliferates and as people grow more comfortable with disclosing their location, a new class of mobile dating applications is emerging that spans a range as broad as human desire itself.Coffee Meets Bagel, meanwhile, will present you with just one potential mate at noon every day.Dattch, with a Pinterest-like interface, is for women seeking women.For men looking for men, there’s Grindr, Jack’d, Scruff, Boyahoy and many more.To us, mobile app design simply doesn’t improve beyond this.