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Dating apps are finding ways to help young users find “quarantine buddies.” 

Mar 23 2020

Dating apps are finding ways to help young users find “quarantine buddies.” With most people finding themselves stuck indoors, dating services are finding ways to help single Millennials date even while far apart from others. League and Plenty of Fish are ramping up their video chat services, while Tinder is offering their Passport feature (where users can drop a pin on any city of their choice and swipe for matches in that area) for free so everyone around the world can participate. YPulse’s dating and relationships survey found that more than half of Millennials say technology and technology has made dating easier—and 44% of 19-to-37-year-olds find online-only relationships to be just as meaningful as in-person ones. (The Verge, Mashable, CNN)