While tech is supposed to make our lives easier, it has actually just added another lengthy layer to the dating experience.
Imogen*, 24, from London is tired of the long process of app-dating: “Keeping up with guys that you don't even know if you like yet because you haven't met them takes up so much time.
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Dating apps have transformed how we find love - but some jaded swipers now long for more traditional ways of discovering The One.
Previously, if you were to meet someone in a pub you might just exchange a couple of texts before selecting a date and time to properly meet up.
The past five years have seen a boom in dating apps, transforming the once stigmatised world of online dating into a way of life - particularly for millennials.
With digital dating, there are several steps before a date is even suggested or agreed.
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