The reasons why singles register on a dating platform are just as varied as the apps offer. The search for a serious relationship, a steady partnership, a nice flirtation, a one-night stand or the very best love can lead to registration. There are three types of dating:
There are now dating apps a dime a dozen and it feels like a new platform pops up every month. There are many singles in Germany, but does this multitude of offers and platforms make sense at all? The different providers are of course aware of this, which is why they have individually specialized in certain things such as the age or special interests of singles in order to address a very specific target group. The different platforms can therefore also be assigned to the three types of dating:
Regardless of which app you choose, many singles in Germany have some advantages. Dating portals can help especially when the singles otherwise have no time for small talk or looking for a partner in “real life”. It also helps shy singles to take the first step and get in touch with men or women who have the same interests and desires.
When designing the profile, regardless of the platform, you should always make sure that you do not disclose any sensitive data about yourself. Before a meeting and the first date, you should inform yourself in detail about the avoidable dream woman or man and always meet in public such as a café.
Despite the many offers, some apps have been able to establish themselves on the German market in recent years. There are many free apps, but also some with a monthly fee. The more popular a dating platform, the more users it attracts. Because the larger the number of users of the app, the more likely singles in Germany will find love there:
Tinder is one of the most popular dating platforms, especially among the younger singles in Germany. Since it was founded in 2012, the portal has enjoyed growing popularity. The unique interface with the famous swipe feature was initially a unique selling point and was decisive for the great success of the app.
At the end of last year, Tinder published the statistics “A Year in Swipe”, which analyzed the dating behavior of users. Of the around 50 million registered singles worldwide, the majority of users are between 18 and 25 years old and thus belong to the so-called Generation Z. The published statistics provide answers to the following questions:
In particular, the terms “Fridays for Future” and “Climate Protection” can be found in the users’ biographies. D.