There is an age-old complaint about dating apps that goes something like this: they’re full of dudes; there are only guys on them; they are simply a raging torrent of men.
But not all dating apps are equal when it comes to gender breakdown. SurveyMonkey Intelligence, the company’s app analytics arm, looked at the numbers to see which dating apps have the highest proportion of women (with the caveat that some of these women could be bots).
Christian Mingle scored the top spot, with women-friendly apps like Coffee Meets Bagel and Bumble also scoring high. Tinder and Happn ranked lower, while, unsurprisingly, gay app Grindr fell in last place.
Here’s the full chart:
But percentage of users is only part of the picture. SurveyMonkey also looked at what percentage of users engage with an app on a daily basis. The results were, in many cases, completely flipped (Grindr and Happn were on top). Men, it appears, are much more “engaged.”
Here’s the tally: