Relationship Study Claims Android Users Make Better Partners
Bad news for iPhone users: Android users make better partners than you do. This is according to a study done by Compare My Mobile.
The website studied 2000 people and found that iPhone users ranked higher in deal breaker categories like using a handset while watching TV or a movie, using a headset during “quality time,” Using their phone while having a conversation, taking multiple photos of the same thing, not replying to messages, using phones while driving, and using filters on every photo.
They also broke the various categories down by gender and found that men committed deal-breaking offenses more than women.
But don’t get so excited yet, Android owners. They also did a study where they analyzed over 50,000 swipes on dating apps. Afterward, they found that statistically, iPhone users are 76% more likely to get a date than someone with an Android handset. Blackberry users are the least likely to get a date out of all the phone models out there.
To see the full results of the study, visit the Compare My Mobile website.