In the United States, guys named Lucas, Ryan, Matthew, Nick and Josh were the most swiped right.And for girls you probably did better off if you’re named Hannah, Emma, Lauren, Julia or Emily.Tweets offer a revealing glimpse into your personality that pictures alone can’t match.Spontaneous, opinionated, clever and funny, tweets show the real you, not the Instagram-enhanced version of your life”.It’s the end of 2016, and the two most popular dating apps – Bumble and Tinder – have released some fun user information which gives us a glimpse into which type of people are most sought after on the dating apps.First Tinder gave us info on the most right-swiped names of 2016.The idea, Loveflutter co-founder Daigo Smith tells me, is that your tweets say a lot about your personality and therefore are good online dating fodder.
We wanted something that really was deeper and gave people a real chance at having a connection.” So Ona has brought on specialists in four categories — date coaching, date consulting, therapy and matchmaking.
Entrepreneur was the 7th most popular, so if you have a startup and want to do better on dating apps you should probably close up shop and head to law school or medical school.
If you want to know what entertainment habits will give you a better chance at finding a shared connection, Bumble said that Orange is the New Black was the most popular Netflix show, Chris Pratt & Jennifer Lawrence were the most popular movie stars, and Drake Kid Cudi were the most popular rappers.
There is no system in place to filter down people you are both physically attracted to and intellectually inspired by. Like Tinder, you can swipe right if you like someone and left if you’d rather pass.
You can also expand the profile to read a little bit about the person.