Tinder also found that 22.22% of college students said they were “looking for a hookup” and only 4.16% said they were “looking for a relationship”.

ABODO said: “Like many new technologies, dating apps provoke quite a bit of hand-wringing about contemporary life.

“They seem to reflect all of our deepest insecurities about ourselves: Are we too dependent on constant validation?

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Other popular uses of dating apps were getting an ego boost, casual dating and love.

Breaking this down into app-specific usage, 34.3% of Tinder users said they used the app for entertainment and 27.1% of Bumble users said the same.

As for why students use dating apps, a whopping 91% revealed that they were not using online dating for hookups.