Subscriber Account active since. If you're single and ready to mingle, there's no better time to do so, statistically speaking, than this Sunday, January 5, or "Dating Sunday. That day, the first Sunday of the year, is historically the most-trafficked day for dating apps , meaning more users flock to apps on Dating Sunday than any other day of the year. It's the first lonely holiday after the New Year. In , Coffee Meets Bagel , a dating app that takes a "slow dating" approach by giving users a limited number of matches daily, also reported Dating Sunday as their busiest day of the year.
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The first Sunday of the year has also been called "Dating Sunday" because of a spike in people logging online on that day to find romance, according to dating sites. On the first Sunday of , 2. On Tinder , the dating app on which you swipe left or right to show interest, more than 44 million matches were made on "Dating Sunday" last year, the company told ABC News.