Dating app Tinder says 15 per cent of Australia’s population – almost 3.5 million people - use their services, propelled by lust or the quest for love.Matchmaking website RSVP boasts that 1,200 new singles join the site every day, while competitor e Harmony claims they are responsible for 11,000 Australian marriages since 2007.Positive Singles is undoubtedly the #1 and the best dating site for people going through STDs or sexually transmitted diseases.It was started in 2002 and has more than 1,127,700 members as of now, with roughly equal number of males and females.You can find friendship, companionship, communal support and love at these sites, which have plenty of unique features that are simple and easy to use.Here, it is possible to meet someone special who makes you feel better about yourself.The latter says it can raise its revenues in Australia by 50 per cent over 2017/18, such is the potential in our market.
“I think because [decision making in dating apps] is so fast paced we've conditioned people to just wonder, ‘what's next? “I think a lot of people my age are concerned that the person that they're on a date with is thinking, ‘is there something better? ’” “So true,” agreed Allison Norris, a 28 year-old single woman living in Melbourne. They were pretty open about it.” In the face of so much choice, users aren’t afraid to be picky and quick in their decisions – perhaps, somewhat paradoxically, contributing to singledom numbers.
Unfortunately, the ongoing war is one that's highlighted whenever Valentine's Day approaches.
After all, no other day reminds people of the loneliness that comes with not being matched up with another.
But even if you're currently not paired up with a special someone, there's no need to wallow!
The Internet, thankfully, allows us to hunt for our true loves—or even booty calls—without ever cruising bars, joining book clubs, going on speed dates, or even rolling out of bed and getting dressed.