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While he believes that apps have become the primary way that people meet, he has a caveat to that.“I think they’ve become the primary way of seeking mates, but I don’t think they’ve become the primary way of actually getting a mate,” Alvear tells Georgia Voice.“I think most people who have been in a relationship for the last year or so have probably have done it without the app.”Alvear says that the three most common complaints people have about the apps is lying (about anything—stats, appearance, what they’re into, what they’re looking for, etc.), ghosting (when you talk to somebody and they seem really interested, but then stop texting you out of the blue) and persistent texting.This is also true of Adam4Adam membership in the United Kingdom.
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If you use a dating or hookup app like Grindr, Jack’d, Scruff or one of the many others on the market—and if you’re a gay man in Atlanta, then you most likely do—then you’ve experienced at least one of these things.
Top three complaints and advice Atlanta sex and dating columnist Michael Alvear has heard it all and then some when it comes to dating and hookup apps.If you're new to adult gay dating then check out our gay dating buying guide for more info or check out our gay dating comparison chart.