Back in 1995, Match.com launched itself onto the world wide web, and singles running Windows 95 on their 8 megabyte PCs had their first taste of online dating. 20 years later, the landscape of online dating had exploded as the concept of being “online” evolved with mobile devices. While Match.com was (and is currently) still around, its market was now crowded with apps like Tinder, OK Cupid and Bumble.
Like any other development in technology, dating sites and, with more zeal, dating apps have been the target of much criticism. As a single millennial myself, I can’t say many of