Singapore expat dating and friends
It’s also a nifty tool for those flying solo to meet people, swap experiences and, if they like, share travel costs like accommodation. Using your phone’s location, this geo-social networking app picks up fellow Grindr males in your area.
A good way if you’re looking to come out of the closet and meet folks of the same persuasion.
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: You fill out your personal profile on the app and state your basic preferences for a match (i.e. The app will then send you a curated match (or Bagel, as the app calls it) everyday at noon, and you can choose to Pass or Like that person.
You can also forward a profile to a friend who might be interested, and in turn, you’ll receive more beans to connect with matches. Pros: The app takes into account your Facebook connections, so you’re more likely to get matches who are friends of friends (you’ll never get matched with your direct Facebook friends though).
The profiles on the app are also more detailed, so you can better suss out/stalk your match before clicking the Like button.
There’s also a Super Like function (swipe upwards), where you can let someone know you’re interested in them even they make a decision about your profile.
Also, the preference filters are quite basic, so don’t expect your Bagel to be the perfect match.
Pros: Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps in Singapore, so you’ll have a wider pool of people to connect with.
The app is also easy to join and use – just login with your Facebook account and it will automatically fill out your profile for you.
Simply order a drink and grab a red straw to indicate you’re single – and you don’t even have to be a member to attend!
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