The website offers the stories of real life matches, and how the app has significantly improved their lives.These stories include Tony & Megan, Alex & Opokua, Nate & Kristin, and lastly Sam & Sags.And like it or not, it looks like the apps are here to stay.So, as an unattached Mochi staffer interested in finding a potential future boyfriend, I decided to test out two of the most popular options for myself.In case you are the rare person who hasn’t heard of Tinder, it is an app that suggests matches based on your location, providing each person’s photo, age, distance from you, and a brief bio.When you open the app, you’re presented with a match. It became a way to pass the time, to look at guys’ pictures and judge them without consequences. That said, I did chat with a few interesting people on Tinder. After that, I hit a lull for a few months without any date offers, once I started admitting in chats that I was only on the quick-and-easy app to make new friends and not to hook up.
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It’s no longer news that dating in 2014 is drastically different from how it was 10 years ago.
Many people have attributed the change to the rise of social media or the popularity of Korean dramas—but especially the ubiquity of online dating apps.
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