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Swiping on dating apps can be a time consuming process, but new Tinder data just might help streamline your search for love.
The dating app has revealed British users receive the most matches at 9pm on a Monday night, making it the best time for an after-work scroll.
'Blue - Monday - January - Day - Year
Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was so-called 'Blue Monday' on 15 January - officially the most depressing day of the year - and the night before, 'Blue Monday Eve', that saw the most new users signing up for the service.
However it is March that is the most active month, with users apparently stepping up their game in a bid to bag a spring fling.
Findings - Tinder - Part - App - Swipe
The findings were revealed by Tinder as part of the app's first ever 'year in swipe' data that is designed to help users make the most of the dating platform.
Mysteriously the most conversations were started across the weekend of 13-14 October, but Tinder confesses it has no idea what happened across these days that spurred so much action.
Valentine - Day - Holiday - Activity - Singletons
Valentine's Day, not so surprisingly, was the holiday with the highest activity, with those singletons feeling lonely looking for last minute love.
Women who had tagged their career with entrepreneur, adventurer, lifesaver, scholar, firefighter and model were the most swiped right.
Men - Entrepreneur - Firefighter - Model
For the most swiped right men, entrepreneur, firefighter, lifesaver, model,...
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