"But we're still not at the point where everyone is comfortable."Perhaps you heard that inquiry from a well-meaning aunt, cousin or yenta-of-some-relation over a recent holiday meal.* If your answer was, "no, but I'm looking," your phone is a good place to search."In general, it is a great thing that exists."Reggie, a 20-something operations manager for a nonprofit organization - who, like all the dating app users we talked to, preferred to give only his first name and occupation as biographical details when talking about the subject - said he tends to keep online dating out of most in-person conversations.

The ratings Users are split - some want a long-term relationship; others want a casual fling.

But they're united in that they want a simple profile to fill out to join.

After you've signed up Every day at noon, users get a "bagel," or a match.

The app sets up a private line to allow text messaging between both parties without revealing phone numbers.

Yet, according to the Pew study, 21 percent of Internet users agree with the statement: "People who use online dating sites are desperate." Pew notes that's an 8 percentage-point decline from 2005.

Still, there seems to be lingering judgment about using a smartphone to find someone to love."I think people don't like to admit that they are having trouble in their romantic life," said Eli Finkel, a social psychology professor at Northwestern University. It is totally normal to figure out who is compatible for you."Finkel, who with several colleagues published a critical analysis of online dating last year, has become a cheerleader of sorts for the practice.

Ben, also working at a nonprofit group, said the relative anonymity of dating websites, where only other members of the sites can see a fellow user's name and photo, is a benefit.

He doesn't think we're at a place yet where potential bosses or girlfriends who might search his name on Google would be open-minded about seeing it tied to Tinder."More and more people are having those conversations," he said.

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Users want face-to-face meetings to come soon, but not immediately, and they want a whopping five potential matches a day.