The free dating site has a small number of Singapore single members. Based on our research, we find Tinder seems to be the most popular dating app in Singapore. Its idea is simple. After you sign up, you are presented with a series of photos of other members. If you like them, you swipe right, and otherwise you swipe left.
Only if both you and another member swipe right, showing mutual interests, a communication can be initiated. The huge popularity of Tinder is an evidence of how powerful such a simple system is. Tagged is a social discovery app for members to meet, chat, and date. At Tagged, you can watch live stream, connect with people around you, match with other members based on algorithm, or compete in games.
The app has been highly popular in Singapore. Badoo is a dating-focused social network app. It claims to be the largest social discovery app with over million registered users worldwide and over million messages sent per day.
The app is highly popular among Singaporean singles. SKOUT is one of the first dating and social discovery app to focus on location. You can browse and connect with other Singaporeans near you to meet a new friend, a date, or even your potential future spouse.
MeetMe wants to become the mobile version of the bar or coffeehouse where everyone belongs. Established in , MeetMe's Android and iPhone app has initiated numerous chats, shares, new friends, dates, romantic relationships, and even marriages. MeetMe mainly targets people and it is highly popular in Singapore. Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app where ladies will have more control on their dating experiences. Then, women can make the choice among men who have already liked them.
BeeTalk is an app for users to meet new friends or potential dates. You can find interesting activities nearby or lookout to check who's nearby. Another interesting feature is called "whisper", by which messages will be automatically deleted after they are read. The app has a good number of Singaporean users. Launched in , the Singapore dating app is a well-known alternative to Tinder. You will be presented a list of photos of members. Then you can swipe right to like or swipe left to pass.
Only members showing mutual interests can communicate with other. You can also use filters to narrow down the list of members, by criteria such as jobs and education levels. Hinge is a relationship app with some Singaporean members. Hinge moves away from casual dating, to focus on real relationship.
Therefore the swiping process is removed. Instead, the profile of a user shows stories, photos, captions, and experiences. Its goal is to create connections among those bold enough to seek meaningful relationships. Happn helps you find other members whom you've encountered in real life.
You can click "heart" button on the people you are interested in. If the interests are mutual, a conversation can be started. Waplog is an app to help users meet new friends or potential dates. You can easily find and chat with persons in your area with your interests. Bumble is a dating app which only allows women to make the first moves. Just like you do on some other dating apps, you swipe right or left to like or pass photos of members. If the interests are mutual, a connection is established.
However, at Bumble, only a woman can start the conversation. If she doesn't act in 24 hours, the connection will disappear forever. LunchClick is a dating app to help members find quality singles. Each day, only 2 to 5 compatible matches will be sent to members. The dating app connects you with people whose interests and lifestyles are similar to yours. The app has a small number of Singaporean members.
Owned by the popular dating app Paktor, GaiGai is one of the largest dating agencies in Singapore. Gaigai offers both free memberships and paid memberships. According to its website, the matchmaking agency has the largest lunch dating membership base in South East Asia, with thousands of eligible professionals and executives.