, Tinder is the harbinger of today's hookup-fuelled "dating apocalypse." But the truth of the matter is, hooking up isn't anything new (and may in fact be hardwired into our genetics).
Additionally, affair phone apps like Vaulty Stocks and HAA are common.
Dating apps like Tinder, Once, Coffee Meets Bagel, and How About We have grown in popularity because they match users with people in nearby locations, and they tend to remove identifying information, like someone's last name.
The first step is to be aware of common dating sites and apps (many of which are intended to look inconspicuous) so that if you stumble upon them on your spouse’s phone or web browser history, you’ll recognize them.
Popular affair websites include Married Cafe.com, No Strings Attached.com, Friend Finder.com, and XPress.com, but dating sites like Match.com, e Harmony, and Ok are popular, as well.
It's true that dating has probably become less common on college campuses since the 1950s—or at least the Archie Comics version of dating where a boy and a girl sip a milkshake together through two straws.
Instead college kids have discovered an even better way to find a significant other.
If you see an app name you don’t recognize, Google it to see if it’s intended as a dating or cheating app.
Head on over to the Play Store and App Store and download the Badoo dating app.
Fortunately, these sites aren't as safe and anonymous as would be adulterers and cheaters would like to believe.