Dec 20, Andrew Zaeh for Bustle When it comes to dating apps, it can get confusing knowing which ones to use. After all, you can basically find whatever you're looking for — hookups, friends with benefits, casual dating, long-term relationships, marriage, you name it.
And if you're looking for something serious, Hinge just revealed that their app was the most mentioned in the New York Times ' "Weddings" section in out of the handful they explored. To get this info, Hinge searched for mentions of their app, along with mentions of other popular dating apps, including Bumble, Happn, Tinder, etc. Easy, efficient, and, as Hinge just discovered with their "Weddings" section investigating, their new formula is working.
Here's the DL on how Hinge and four other dating apps did in the "Weddings" section based on Hinge's findings, so you may want to make room on your phone to download some or all of these if you're looking for something serious, too.
And of course, not everyone who uses dating apps announces their engagement in the New York Times, so Hinge's list below of the top five doesn't mean that you can't find marriage on other sites or apps.
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