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Other than that, the basic profile information and chats are pretty much the same as Tinder’s. It is definitely closer to home given the fact that it is very localized.There is also a substantial number of users on the app, with most of them seeking a serious relationship.Also, because the app is so popular and used by many, you might encounter your friend or relatives’ profiles more often than you’d like it. But if you’re looking for something more serious, keep reading!Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB) is seeing increasing popularity among Singaporeans this year. How it works: You will receive up to six profiles (aka “Bagels”) a day at noon sharp, deemed as suitable matches for you by the app.
If both sides are keen, you’d score yourself a “Connection”.The catch: While there are too many profiles on Tinder, some feel that CMB has too few profiles to go around.Some days, you might also not be fond of any of your bagels for the day and you might eventually give up on the app if this persists for days.So here’s a handy pro-con list for you to decide which app is for you: Tinder is popular on the global scale — in fact, it is arguably the app that first ignited the hype for online dating.
How it works: Basically, Tinder shows you a deck of profiles for you to swipe left (like) or right (pass) to indicate your interest. Then you can start chatting for an unlimited period of time.
Dating apps are popular all around the world, and Singaporeans are definitely not excluded from the hype.