A phenomenon during the pandemic, dating apps live a new challenge: the adhesion of the new generations.
A survey conducted by Consumoteca in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Mexico, and initially reported in Brazil by The Summer Hunter website, indicated that 51% of 17 to 24-year-olds claim they have never used platforms like Tinder, Bumble, and Grindr to find their romantic partners.
The justification of a large part of the interviewees is that these applications work as "fake showcases".
Digital natives want their internet dates to be minimally real.
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