Match.com says Android users are a frisky bunch

Match.com says Android users are a frisky bunch

A new report conducted by Match.com tells us that we Android users are a bunch of horn dogs who love to put out.  According to their findings, 62-percent of those with Android handsets  are likely to seal the deal after just one date, higher than any other mobile platform.  What’s more, better than half of those polled are likely to have a one-night-stand.

  • As compared to other mobile platforms, Android users are most likely to be seduced on a first date.
  • 62-percent of Android singles say they’ve… ahem, you know… (iPhone = 57%, BlackBerry = 48%)
  • 55-percent of single Android users are likely to have a one-night stand
  • 72 percent of Android fans have visited an online dating site (iPhone = 58%, BlackBerry = 50%)

Does this sound like your or any of your Android friends?  Not that we need details, but we’d love to hear your thoughts or experiences in the comments below.

Via VentureBeat

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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