Over the past decade, internet access in the UK for 18-64 year-olds has more than doubled – but an increase in smartphone usage helps too.Users are able to review and communicate with their matches at anytime, from anywhere. In fact, our research shows that two thirds of people in the UK would use online dating if they became single in the future. It’s true that the drop wasn’t very big and was offset to some extent by better-than-expected results earlier in the year. That notion was exploded two weeks ago when the Department of Commerce estimated that GDP actually declined in the fourth quarter of 2012.
Our Marketing Director, Romain Bertrand, said: ‘In the decades to come, online dating will not only be an efficient way to meet a partner, but will be by far and away the most common way that couples meet and initially communicate.The China dating application Momo, launched in 2011, has 100 million registered accounts and 40 million monthly active users.Business analyst Matthew Oh, 27, is single and looking for the woman of his dreams.If you’re reading this right now you’re probably not having sex. Which is fair enough really because multi-tasking is difficult and quite frankly we’d be a little bit offended if we didn’t have your full attention.What’s perhaps more concerning is that when you finish reading this you probably still won’t be having sex, and if you are, you’re probably doing it badly.