"So, from a purely practical standpoint, I'd suspect many millennials use Tinder because they're comfortable with it, it meets their needs, and they see no need to use anything else." But just because Tinder is the most widely used dating app among our generation, doesn't mean it's the worthwhile dating app out there.
If you're curious about what other apps young people frequent, here's a ranking of the six most popular dating apps among millennials in 2018, according to the survey.
“I have many friends who regularly use online dating platforms.
My friends never have a problem getting the dates but never seem to meet their soul mate.
A location-based Australian app, Pozee basically functions in that you say if you’re single and open to being approached, and then you let real life work from there.
According to the Piper Jaffray survey, 27 percent of single millennials — as well as 22 percent of single non-millennials — said Tinder was their dating app of choice, which could be due in part to how user-friendly the app is.
"For a generally very tech literate generation that demands a user friendly experience, the simplicity of Tinder is a huge plus," Bennett says.
"Raised on video games and coming of age during social media, it's not surprising that the average millennial gets bored easily and can have a short attention span — [and] Tinder is ideal for this," Jonathan Bennett, dating/relationship expert at Double Trust Dating, tells Bustle.
"After all, you don't need to wade through someone's life history to find them attractive.
Finally, for women, there’s the feature of a “siren call,” which allows for an announcement to more than one user.