- More people are using online dating during the coronavirus pandemic, and users are sending more messages to connect with potential dates.
- From March to May, daily conversations increased 20% on Tinder.
- Hinge, Plenty of Fish, and other dating apps have also seen spikes in new users, Business Insider previously reported.
- Jewelry retailer Shane Co. surveyed 1,000 Americans on their habits to dig deeper into what it’s like dating during the pandemic.
- These five charts show which apps are most popular, what types of profile photos people prefer, and whether users are open to video dating.
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Swipe surge! New match! Super like! These app notifications are the start of modern love — or at least the hopes of it — during a pandemic.
With millions of Americans socially isolating and distancing, with bars and nightclubs closed, and dining options limited, online dating has become