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Online Dating in a COVID-19 World

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In a time of social isolation and distancing brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, people are reportedly turning to online dating in increasing numbers to initiate human connections.

Statistics released by Tinder and other dating apps highlight a 10-15% increasing in usage from February to March as well as increases in messages sent (DW, 2020).

For those social dating apps that have in-app calls functions, the length of conversations has also spiked in recent weeks There are various takes on the issue of online dating during COVID-19.

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