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Participants in the Dutch study seemed to be less successful on Tinder.

Slightly fewer than half of the participants (45.5%) had gone on an offline date with a match, and 18.6% reported having had a one-night stand.

While this open-ended data is valuable, it doesn't provide the whole story on why people use Tinder.

Participants in Le Febvre's study were asked what their motivations for their behaviors.

In the popular media, Tinder very much has the reputation of being a "hookup" app, designed to facilitate fleeting sexual encounters.

At the peak of the Tinder hype, an article in The study mostly involved open-ended questions regarding users' motivations for and experiences using the app.

It was not uncommon for participants to use the app because they wanted positive feedback on Tinder or because receiving such feedback felt good.

Not surprisingly, both studies also suggested that men are more likely than women to use Tinder for the purpose of seeking out casual sex.

And in fact, 37% reported that a Tinder date led to an exclusive dating relationship. Well, these participants did do plenty of hooking up.

Of those who met a Tinder match in person, only 21.8% indicated that they had never hooked up.

Both studies showed that the trendiness and excitement of the app were larger drivers of its use than motivations that relate to what most users believe to be its purpose (dating/sex).

It can also help to fulfill our needs for self-worth. On the other hand, not receiving matches could damage self-worth, and in fact, Le Febvre found that lack of success on Tinder, including not receiving matches, was one of the main reasons users quit the app. In Le Febvre's qualitative study, 77% of the respondents indicated that they had met a match in person at some point, with the average participant reporting 4.58 offline meetings with matches.