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And with so many alternatives and opportunities for better mates in the online world, it’s easy to get into an addictive mode.” Millennials are also prone to swipe fatigue, as they spend an average of 10 hours per week in dating apps, and are being warned to cut down or face burnout.Crown’s approach to these issues is to turn getting matches into a game of sorts.A precipitous drop can be seen in Match's price chart beginning at p.m., Eastern, right around the time of Facebook's announcement.The drop slowed about 20 minutes later, but the price has continued to fall, albeit more slowly.While other dating apps present you with an endless stream of people to pick from, Crown offers a more limited selection.Every day at noon, you’re presented with 16 curated matches, picked by some mysterious algorithm.Why, one of my married friends, having recently moved to New York, is even using dating app Bumble just to make friends. Surely, though, a lot of people still meet in bars, don't they? Match claims that only 7 percent of people met their last date at a bar. PT will be the peak moment on the peak day to have your loving senses piqued.Still, do you want to spend all day staring into your dating app, hoping this will be the moment? But what if you log on at that time and find nothing?
Among them was news of plans to build a dating platform directly into its mobile apps—news investors in Match Group, the owner of a whole lot of online dating services including Tinder and Match.com, didn't take very well.
This could encourage Crown users to chat, given they know there’s more of a genuine interest since they “beat out” several others.
But on the flip side, getting passed on Crown is going to be a lot more of an obvious “no,” which could be discouraging.
As of this writing, the company's stock is down more than 20 percent.
In addition to Tinder and Match.com, Match Group owns Ok Cupid and Plenty Of Fish.