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Here are the Top 10 most active France departments on Tinder, which has over 1.7 million followers.

Tinder has active fans around the world. In France, the dating app is the most downloaded, with 1.74 million active visitors in all departments combined, or 2.6% of the French population. But Tinder usage varies by region, with some departments having a particularly active population while others remain more timid. The French Dating Federation (which is not an official organization, according to the Tinder press service, and whose statistics require nuance) became interested in the topic and ranked the 96 most active French metropolitan departments on Tinder in 2021. Against everyone, most likely, Paris will not take first place, and the capital is not even on the podium. On the contrary, the first in the ranking are usually the least populated departments. The French Dating Federation was able to conduct its research by polling mobile audiences and iOS/Google Play download ratings. It also shows that Tinder users log in an average of 7 times a day and 64% of them are men. Here are the departments in which they are most active:

  1. Finistère, 4.33% of whose population is registered on the app.
  2. Hautes-Pyrenees, 3.98% of whose population is registered on the app.
  3. Upper Vienna, 3.94% of whose population is registered on the app.
  4. Île-et-Villain, 3.94% of whose population is registered on the app.
  5. Haute-Garonne, 3.81% of whose population is registered on the app.
  6. Atlantic Pyrenees, 3.77% of whose population is registered on the app.
  7. Haute-Marne, 3.64% of whose population is registered on the app.
  8. Doubs with 3.55% of the population registered on the app.
  9. Indre-et-Loire, 3.55% of whose population is registered on the app.
  10. Alpes-Maritimes, 3.88% of whose population is registered on the app.

Paris arrives at 55e position with 2.42% of the population registered in the app. A surprising result at first glance, but which can be explained in several ways. Residents of large cities, and especially 25-40-year-olds (Tinder’s target), have more opportunities for physical meetings (cafes, bars, events, parties, etc.) without going through the application. But they can also use dating apps other than Tinder more effectively than if they were in a less populated department where there are fewer alternative apps.

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