The research is somewhat mixed with respect to finding partners online; less is known about phone apps.In general though, we find that people who engage in risky sexual behavior with partners they find online are also engaging in risky sexual behavior with partners they find face-to-face.[7,8,9] So, we can’t blame technology for unhealthy sexual decision making. Here is a sampling of mobile dating apps that are helping people find romantic or sexual connections – often in inventive ways: How About We: This app allows individuals to post to another’s profile with date suggestions.With each new email, the two are able to talk about their problems, share pieces of themselves, and form a strong emotional bond.
[10,13] Although there is a growing literature base related to online dating, the research world has yet to catch up when it comes to mobile dating apps.
Adding to the mystery is the fact that the app may take a long time to suggest your profile to them.  Bang with Friends: This racy app also uses your Facebook friends, or friends of friends, to find out who is interested in ‘banging’ (i.e., having sex).
Be careful when using it though, since it includes in your potential pool of mates everyone on your Facebook friends list, including your parents and cousins.
 According to a recent study from Flurry Analytics, there are 17 million active users on the 20 most popular dating apps worldwide.
 In January 2013 alone, there were 2.1 billion active sessions on these apps.