Online dating safer than traditional dating
Online dating use among 55- to 64-year-olds has also risen substantially since the last Pew Research Center survey on the topic.
The “swiping” apps are often free of charge for their basic service and operate on the minimalist premise of swiping right if you like what you see on a potential match’s profile, receive a swipe back and you’re free to chat further.
According to recent UK Online Dating Statistics, 1 in 5 relationships in Great Britain now start online and with a study published by a leading matchmaking website suggesting that by 2031 that figure could well be 1 in 2 it is apparent that most of the stigma surrounding online dating has dissipated.
We use technology in almost every other aspect of our lives, so why not harness the immensity of the World Wide Web when looking for love?
But it's also confronted us with a new challenge: what's the best website to use?
Finding the one that best suits your needs can mean the difference between just meeting someone and meeting the one. To help you decide, Credit Donkey has reviewed three of the top online dating websites to see how they stack up against each other.