Android users, “sex on the first date is more likely”

Android mobile phone users have a higher chance of sex on the first date than iOS and BlackBerry users

By - February 2, 2012
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Sex on the first date and one-night stands are more likely to happen if you’re with an Android mobile phone user.

This is according to a survey by dating site Match.com which found that 62 percent of singles who use Android devices have had sex on the first date, compared with 57 percent of iPhone users. BlackBerry users are ranked in third place with 48 percent.

Office romance was highest among iPhone users, with nearly one quarter of all users reporting that they have had a romance with a colleague in the last five years.

Other highlights of the study show that more Android users (72 percent) frequent online dating sites than iPhone (58 percent) and BlackBerry users (50 percent).

BlackBerry did top one category however; their users were most likely to drink alcohol on the first date at 72 percent.

Finally, 75 percent of all singles indicated that email and texting has “significantly improved their dating life.”

Read the full story at: Boy Genius Report.

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