This story was originally published by Good Health & Wellbeing and is republished with permission. While a mere six or so years ago romance seekers may have turned to a night out at their local watering hole, or good mates for a set-up in the hope of finding Mr Right, nowadays the primary vehicle for finding love is your smartphone. “The world has changed,” says couples and singles counsellor, Melissa Ferrari. READ MORE:Tinder’s apocalyptic video game is actually a fun way to spend five minutesJust when you thought online dating couldn’t get any worseBumble’s Whitney Wolfe puts women in charge of the dating appWomen troll on dating apps just as often as men “Technology has become such an interwoven part of our lives and online dating apps are a by-product of this.” Mobile geolocation dating apps only really began to be widely used over the last 10 or so years. But it was the 2012 launch of Tinder that proved to be the real game-changer. Revolutionising how we date – and mate – the app has reported that its 50 million-plus users swipe through billions of profiles annually (it also took the top spot on Apple’s highest grossing app chart). Given this… Read full this story
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