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Forget about bars, clubs and singles nights – dating apps are the new normal and far from killing romance, they've made it easier to find than ever.
You can find your life partner or your next casual fling from the couch, on the bus, in the office, pretty much wherever your phone is. Then swipe right and read on for our top dating apps that Australians use.
Women interested in men are sent profiles of guys who've already expressed an interest – the idea being you don't have to get excited about some guy who never messages.
Helpfully, once you're matched the app also supplies ice-breaker questions to get the conversation going.
In 2015 Tinder announced that 15% of the Australian population had joined the app.
Hinge offers quite a different take on the dating app concept, with profiles that focus on ice-breaking facts like someone's unique skills, best travel story or ideal fake sick day.
The app then shows you profiles that fit your criteria and you swipe right or left on people you like the look and sound of (or don't).
If you swipe right on someone and they also swipe right on you, it's a match and you can start a conversation.
All the apps we've reviewed in this guide are great for opposite and same-sex matches.
Available on: Google Play, App Store Yes, we know, you've probably already heard of Tinder and don't need this guide to tell you about it.