Dating apps are often criticised by their users for having a largely male-dominated user base, which in many cases, causes both genders to stop using the service.
For men, these platforms offer an insufficient amount of potential female dates, making the platform less appealing to those looking to find a woman.
And for women, the large number of single men often leads them to receive overwhelming amounts of attention on the app, which leaves many dissatisfied by the experience.
However, SurveyMonkey Intelligence has just released new figures which prove that some dating apps do not apply to this unbalanced gender ratio, identifying the platforms which have the highest proportion of female users.
The company’s app analytics firm shared its recent findings with Business Insider, revealing that Christian Mingle and US dating app Coffee Meets Bagel have the highest number of women in their user base, with 58.6% and 57.3%, respectively.
Other high performers include eHarmony (55.2%) and OKCupid (48.3%) however, leading dating apps Tinder, Happn and Zoosk were found to have lower amounts of female users.
Additionally, Survey Monkey also looked at the percentage of dating app users engaging with their chosen platforms on a daily basis.
It revealed that leading gay dating app Grindr – which ranked the lowest for female users with just 6.8% – has the highest number of daily active users, with 70.3% of its user base logging onto the app every day.
Happn also performed better in this category, finishing just below Grindr with a 59.7% average engagement ratio.
Other apps including Tinder, JSwipe and PlentyOfFish also recorded high levels of daily app use, whilst Christian Mingle and eHarmony both came last with ratios below 35%.
Check out the full results here.