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The number of unique visitors to dating websites has fallen 39% from April 2015 to April 2016.
Some dating websites have already realized the trend and are churning out mobile versions to stay afloat in the market.
Online dating website Firstmet has already rolled out a mobile version to appeal to more users.
More than a year after its total privacy meltdown, Ashley Madison will settle up.
After news emerged that the company was subject to an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, the company now faces a .5 million settlement as a result of the multi-state investigation.