Dating apps result in happy long-term relationships

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Singles use dating apps are more likely to find lasting love.

Based on data from a 2018 survey app-couples are more likely to live together than couples who meet offline.

According to UPI, dating app couples express the same level of satisfaction about their relationship as other couples.

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Many of the online couples are also more diverse in terms of educational and geographic background.

More than one-third of app users say they prefer the online approach to dating.

Reported by UPI Health News

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