Mirror, mirror on the wall. Which dating app trumps them all? Dating apps are popular all around the world, and Singaporeans are definitely not excluded from the hype. We get it — and we know that people use dating apps for different reasons: some for sex, and others for something more serious.
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Following recommendations from friends who had found their partners online, Ms Peh decided to give dating apps a shot several months after her break-up. Over two weeks, she went on five separate dates with men whom she got to know via the Paktor dating app. Among them was Mr Andrew Chia, a bank analyst and part-time swim coach who was about a decade older than her.
Paktor is an app like Tinder that was founded in Singapore in , and has been gaining in popularity ever since. That means no more waiting for people to swipe right on your profile to get a conversation going. You receive free Paktor Points as a reward for using the app, and if you want more you can purchase them in bulk.