Most popular dating website in singapore
Based on your phone’s location settings, the app will display people who have been in the same area recently.
You can scroll through the profiles and choose to secretly like someone (the person won’t get a notification, but a chat line will open if he or she likes you too), or just put your pride on the line and openly like someone (the person will get a notification that you liked him or her).
Also, I don’t know if it’s because your Location setting is turned on all the time, but the app seems to drain your phone battery rather quickly.
Best for: People who tend to go out a lot, or who work in a “happening” area like Raffles Place or Orchard.
Let’s put it this way – you’re probably not going to find your soulmate on Tinder, but at least you’ll score a few dates.The low-down: Instead of matching you with people based on location or Facebook connections, Ok Cupid places more emphasis on compatibility (each match even has a percentage rating).Besides basic profile information, the app will have you answer a (seemingly) never-ending series of questions about everything from your views on life to…gun control.You’re probably not going to get very many matches if you stay at home all the time.
Also suitable for hopeless romantics who harbour hopes of meeting The One at their favourite cafe or bookstore (you know, reaching for the same coffee or book and all that jazz).
The app also seems to be quite popular among expats, if that floats your boat.