While still marketed as a "global network for meeting new people," the platform is conducive to forging friendships and romances.Sixty-eight percent of searches came from men, and the top states were Texas, California and Florida.The top states were Texas, California and Pennsylvania.
Search traffic mostly came from New York, New Jersey and Florida, and 56% of searches came from men.
Skout is a mobile app for i Phone and Android users that originally started as a way to extend business relationships.
More than half of this month's searches for e Harmony came from men (54% to be exact), from top states Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
Plentyof Fish users take a "chemistry test," and the site matches them to people with similar personalities, focusing on emotional needs.
You can either mark whom you're interested in or pass, and once you find a match you can chat with him or her within the app's interface.
Yahoo searches for Tinder this month comprised 78% men, and the top states were California, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Technology and competition for this lucrative market has made a mockery of it.
To the average person, thanks to bad press and other contributing factors, online dating has become somewhat of an un-trusted source for meeting people.
Between Ok Cupid, a site especially popular among Millennials, and newcomer Tinder, an app geared more toward flings, you're bound to find a match somewhere.
But where are other eligible bachelors and bachelorettes looking for romance? S.-based Internet users searched for on Yahoo within the past 30 days.
Though the numbers don't necessarily reflect actual users, they're good indications of each specific site's popularity.