Lovestruck’s Singapore users tend to be lower key types who are looking for marriage, compared to the younger, hipper, more casual demographic on, say, Tinder.Similar to Twitter and Instagram, Lovestruck profiles can be verified, by an actual human who will check your online profiles to match your photos, job, age, relationship status, etc.According to online reviews, the prices seem dynamic as well, changing from time to time and from user to user.The name of this app sounds awfully cheesy, but it’s actually become one of the more popular dating platforms in Singapore.There’s a paid subscription called Bumble Boost, which shows you a people who already swiped right on you.That’s right, a buffet of people who already like you. It launched at US.99/month but the pricing now varies depending on “market value”.You can send people messages even if you haven’t matched with them.
or at least, the one the most people admit to using.
You can filter your matches based on height, body type, dress style, income, nationality and ethnicity.
Perhaps the app thinks that’ll make your dates more “meaningful”?
is the app that made dating apps socially acceptable, and probably the most widely used in Singapore. Honestly though, it’s doubtful that paying for unlimited swipes will really get you any closer to tying the knot.
You might get more matches, true, but there’s no guarantee of how they’ll turn out as there are so many casual Tinder users on the platform.