Great! — We both agree that expectations are bad. My point is that dating apps ramp up people’s expectations. It’s really not a question of whether they should or shouldn’t. They just do. And that isn’t good for the people using them. If an app/service, whose purported goal is to help you find a partner, actually makes that harder, doesn’t that detract from said app/service? It sure does, in my book.
Now, if you want to disagree that the apps affect peoples expectations, then I encourage you to make a convincing counter-argument that at least addresses the problem of “supermarket mindset” that I describe.