Singapore dating sites
He adds: "There is an upward trend in the adoption of online dating by more traditional-minded Singaporeans in recent years." Dating apps may have encouraged a more lively and casual dating scene, but they have also created a new set of concerns regarding safety and harassment, especially of female users.
Websites and blogs have sprung up in the wake of Tinder's boom, documenting the unprompted and unwilling advances that women have to deal with.
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Business analyst Matthew Oh, 27, is single and looking for the woman of his dreams.
Launched in 2013, it has more than 700,000 profiles of users in Singapore and more than seven million users across seven markets in Asia.He has done things the old-fashioned way: asking friends to set him up, asking colleagues out and striking up conversations with strangers in bars.He is still single and looking - but mostly at his mobile phone.In Singapore, there are more than 10 apps that are in the business of love, including home-grown companies such as Paktor and Lunch Click, which have local user figures that range in the high six figures. MR LEONARD WHANG, who uses dating apps such as Tinder and Paktor It is no wonder that young men such as Mr Oh have become converts.He uses Tinder, which is arguably the mother of all dating apps.