Singapore dating app
Also, the preference filters are quite basic, so don’t expect your Bagel to be the perfect match.Lastly, the user base in Singapore isn’t as wide as Tinder’s, so you might get the same Bagel as your friends who are also using the app. The low-down: Happn is a location-based app that shows you matches you have “crossed paths with” (because you know, serendipity).Pros: Happn is kind of a cross between Tinder and Coffee Meets Bagel.Just like Tinder, you get multiple matches based on your basic preferences and location (albeit more specific), but the profiles are a bit more detailed.
Best for: People who tend to go out a lot, or who work in a “happening” area like Raffles Place or Orchard.Pros: Your chances of getting suitable matches (based on personality traits and values) are probably higher than Tinder, especially since you have to answer countless questions about your life views, personality and opinions on love.The app also lets you use a username (as opposed to your real name), so you can keep your identity somewhat vague.company for lunch, job opportunity, making new friends).You can also create or join a Group Lunch, where up to 5 members can choose to meet up at a specified venue on a certain date and time. Pros: Lunch Kaki is more about meeting new friends and making connections, so there’s less focus on superficial factors like your looks, age or job.