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"Lots of dating apps have a very overwhelming and creepy quality to them, which is why we created an app that curates one daily match for our users - sent at noon daily." The app, which was aunched in April 2012, uses a proprietary algorithm to match users based on factors such as interests, social network and educational and career backgrounds. Though Ms Kang would not reveal Singapore user numbers, she says the app has been rapidly picking up steam here.Singapore-based app Lunch Click, which is owned by the group behind home-grown match-making agency Lunch Actually, works on a similar premise, sending only one match to users daily. Ms Violet Lim, who is chief executive of Lunch Click, says chatting can often be a "dampener" in the mobile-dating experience.He is still single and looking - but mostly at his mobile phone.Singles in Singapore are looking for friendship and love on dating apps, which are mobile-based and usually free.
Mr Oh, who has gone on more than 10 dates in the past eight months, says: "Sometimes, a conversation on Tinder doesn't go anywhere, but does that really matter when there's always someone else to talk to?
Websites and blogs have sprung up in the wake of Tinder's boom, documenting the unprompted and unwilling advances that women have to deal with.