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Then I go to Happn, which matches you with people who “happen” to walk by you.

Losing interest in the crowd, I turn to my phone and open up Raya, a new dating app for “creatives” where the black-and-white profile pictures show off blowouts and screenshots of people’s “artistic lifestyles.” That’s when I wonder if Diplo’s tour photographer is my soul mate.

After a few likes, I jump to Hinge, the dating app that sets you up with friends of friends, wondering if my travel partner to Barcelona has known my soul mate all this time.

A couple more yes swipes and I continue on with my night—all the while thinking I’ve put myself out there today. I have thousands of “matches,” but they all remain small avatars in their respective apps, never messaging a word or leaving a trace of their existence.

Dating app use has become a routine task, like brushing your teeth or washing your face.

When will we accept the fact that you can meet someone on a dating app and have a long-term relationship?

For some reason, even though it feels like the online dating stigma is disappearing, the myth of dating apps only being for hookups still exists. The folks at Simple Texting, an SMS Marketing service, looked into dating app habits to find out what people are looking for on dating apps— and how successful they are.

It’s a lazy Tuesday evening and I find myself at The Bowery Hotel, nursing an old fashioned and people-watching.