Do you agree with the assumption that dating apps have revolutionised the way we meet potential romantic partners?

Although dating apps have revolutionised the way we meet potential romantic partners, I disagree with the assumption.
Firstly, because online dating has been around for a long time, especially in Asia and America, it’s only recently, thanks to the advent of the smartphone, that dating apps have become popular.
Secondly, dating apps do have negatives:
-They make users less picky about potential partners, so they more often date people they don’t find attractive.
-They also tend to lead to people cheating on their partners.
-And because these apps allow users to be unreachable for the majority of the time, users tend to become jealous and suspicious more easily than their non-dating app-using counterparts.
-They also tend to be shorter relationships.
Therefore, although dating apps have revolutionised the way we meet potential romantic partners, they have negative side effects as well.
The rise of dating apps has introduced us to a new way of dating and romantic relationships.
The change from face-to-face, traditional dating to dating apps has led to a number of changes in relationships, including:
– Meeting people in person has become less common
– Meeting people through social media has become more common
– People can now meet people they wouldn’t normally date
– People meet people faster
– People can now date people they would never have been socially acceptable to date before
– The advent of these apps has caused an increase in internet dating
– The advent of these apps has led to an increase in narcissism, particularly for younger people who are more used to getting their own way online
In conclusion, dating apps have introduced some major changes to the way we choose and meet romantic partners.

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