Match said 72 percent have visited online dating sites, while 58 percent of i Phone users and 50 percent of Black Berry owners have done the same.
The survey showed that if you're interested in pursuing an office romance, you might want to look to co-workers who own i Phones.
Korean handset-maker Samsung is expected to launch its next Tizen smartphone in India - the Z2 - on Tuesday.
In terms of optics, it will come with a five-megapixel rear-camera and a VGA (0.3MP) front camera.
The device will draw power from a 1,500m Ah battery and run on Tizen 2.4.
Its specs are suitably middle of the road — it has a 4-inch screen, 3G data, and only 4GB of storage.
But Samsung seems to be suggesting that the lightweight Tizen operating system will mean that it is still fast.
Tizen is Samsung’s home-grown operating system which it uses on its wearables as well.
Like the last Z device, the Z2 is expected to be a budget device.
While Samsung has been promising phones using its in-house operating system for some time, it has only so far appeared on its TVs and smartwatches.
Now the Z1 has been launched in India, and is low-end phone that sells for the equivalent of about £60.
Match learned that these users are the most inclined to date someone in the workplace, with nearly a quarter reporting that they've dated coworker in the last five years.
Apple i Phone users don't ascribe to the "three day rule" of dating, either; they tend to wait just a day to make contact after a date, while Android and Black Berry users generally wait between two and three days.
The phone also comes with selfie-enhancing features like Beauty Face Mode and Automatic Selfie.