A growing number of internet-enabled hookups are available on sites like Tinder and Grindr, as well as sites like QuikTrip, which allow people to meet people for short-term dates, according to figures compiled by online dating platform Match.com.
The number of hookups available through these sites has increased from 1.2 million in February to 1.5 million in April, according match.com, which is the company behind Quik, and a popular dating app.
A total of 1.4 million people in the US use Quik on a daily basis, while a total of 2.5m people used Match.net on a monthly basis in the same period, according Match.
The data, which covers a total of 7.5million users, suggests that more people are accessing hookups via these sites than they are on dating sites.
A large proportion of these hookups, according the figures, are from non-western cultures and cultures which often do not feature hookups in the title.
In April, a large proportion (about half) of Quik hookups were made up of non-Westerners, according match.net.
But, according, Match.co.uk, Quik was the most popular dating website in the UK with 6.6% of users being from outside the UK.
“It’s not just the hookups that are getting more popular.
It’s also the new types of dating sites that are popping up in the internet age,” Match.
co-founder Graham McKeown said.
“This is what I call the internet-based hookup boom.”
He said it was also “good news for the country” when it came to socialising.
According to Match.me, there are currently 1.3million people using Match.org, a site that allows people to create and share hookups with each other.
Match.ca, which allows people connect on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, had 3.4million users in April.
For a start, Match has been adding more services to its dating services.
Its latest app, Quickset, is a free hookup app that lets people share photos and videos.
Match.com says it will roll out new services in coming months.
Another online dating service, Match Match, has launched its own app, called Match Plus.
It is also expanding into other areas of the dating market.
Match.co was launched in 2012 by Match founder and CEO Richard Branson, and is the second biggest dating website after Quik.
In March, Match, which has been around for 25 years, said it would cut ties with its parent company, Match Group, which operates dating and job websites.
After the announcement, Match said that the move was made after an inquiry into its business practices, which were found to be inconsistent with its code of conduct.
Earlier this month, the site shut down a popular mobile dating app, Tinder, after users complained that it did not take account of gender equality.
Meanwhile, Quizlet has seen its app hit a bump in popularity.
The app is currently available in a number of countries including the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Brazil and the Netherlands.
Quizlet launched in 2010 in the Philippines and launched a dating app called Quik in October 2016.
However, the app has seen a drop in popularity and attracted more than 50 million users.
Recently, Quiches founder Rachael Sisson has been quoted as saying she is happy with Quik and believes it can attract more users.
She told the Associated Press that she is confident the app can become a big player in the dating and business world.
“The Quik app is a really great app, but the app is still struggling to reach the big players, and it’s just that Quik has really gone through a transformation,” she said.
“I’m a big believer in Quik being able to scale and become the most-used app on the internet.”