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“I stopped using them because there are a lot of idiots on it, and many of my guy friends got tired of having to talk so much just to get a date with a girl,” 24-year-old University of Buenos Aires (UBA) student Fernanda told the Herald. He says that he no longer uses the app because he preferred meeting potential partners in real life, as it much easier to communicate and less hassle.
It faces the challenge of two other similar apps, Scruff and Growlr.It’s really surreal,” 33-year-old Federico Laverista told the Herald.Despite the new popularity of many of these dating apps, however, experts say there are some downsides.Instead, they are mainly based on looks from a pair of photos, abbreviated texts and descriptions, the availability of potential partners and their location.
The most popular dating application in the country is Tinder (launched in 2012), which simplifies the search for a romantic partner to a simple right or left swipe after gazing at a profile photo (if both people swipe right, a match is made, allowing a conversation to begin).
“Grindr helps people that have difficulties socialising in person, it's kind of like a having pre-drinks with your friends and acquaintances before going to a party,” app user Martin D’Agosto told the Herald.