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“In the rare instance where I do match with a nice girl, there’s usually one date and it fizzles out,” he said.
At the same time Murphy was using the app, Johnson was, too.
“Apparently both of us had crushes on each other but were too nervous to do anything about it,” Murphy said.
“But then we matched.” Murphy recounted that when she was dating, she would occasionally use Tinder, a popular dating app where users can see profiles of nearby singles and either swipe their photo left if uninterested or right if interested.
With an estimated 50 million users, 79% of which are millennials, the odds of finding a match are high and, in a society with an increasing focus on social apps, they’re climbing higher.
Tinder’s popularity has given rise to similar dating apps like Bumble, where women get to reach out to their matches first, and Hinge, which connects users with the friends of their Facebook friends. “It wasn’t very transitory like a lot of student wards are, because people weren’t changing every semester, and my job that I had was just not a great place to meet people.” Canfield had the desire to date, so with some embarrassment she admits, she created a Tinder profile.