That said, in addition, Android users might be the biggest dogs of all as well. Android users are the most likely to have a one-night stand (55 percent).
Other tidbits of information from the survey:
Android: 72 percent of Android users have visited an online dating site, though not necessarily Match.com, while only 58 percent of iPhone users have done so and exactly half, 50 percent of Blackberry users.
BlackBerry users are more likely to drink on a first date. 72 percent said they would have an alcoholic beverage on a first date. At the same time, they are very romantic, with 67 percent of BlackBerry users saying they have experienced "love at first sight."
iPhone users tend to be more clingy, or at least seem to be. iPhone users will generally reach out, either calling or texting the day after a date, while Android or Blackberry users will wait a couple of days before doing so (which we always thought was a sort of "unwritten rule" to avoid looking too desperate.
Kimberley Moffit, a Toronto-based psychotherapist and spokesperson for Match.com said that iPhone users may reach out faster because they "tend to be younger and more savvy with their tech."
Also, iPhone users are the most likely to date someone in the workplace. Nearly a quarter of iPhone singles have had an office romance in the last five years.
To be clear, the study said that Android users were more likely to have sex on the first date, not that they would be sexier.