Dating apps are here to stay. From Tinder to eHarmony, there's an app for every type of relationship, and women are flocking to swipe right--sometimes more than men.
According to a new survey, per the Observer, Tinder is the most used app by women. So, forget everything you heard about Tinder being so over in 2016. It's no surprise that the app is expanding to include features like group dates, which seem geared towards women.
Other apps that are attracting the ladies are less about the casual hookup and more about getting a ring on it. Christian Mingle, Coffee Meets Bagel and eHarmony--dating platforms that focus on serious relationships--all have a majority of female users. Christian Mingle has 58.6 percent women, Coffee Meets Bagel has 57.3 percent and eHarmony has 55.2 percent. Bumble, the female-friendly app where women message first, has the most users from 18 to 29 years old. Older users can be found on FirstMet, Black People Meet, Zoosk and Match.
With so many women on the hunt, there's a lot of "competition" to snag dates with a limited pool of men on popular apps. The Observer points out that straight women may want to delete the apps with the highest proportion of women to increase their chances.