How the app monetises its services is simpler: It allows users to pay to find out which user “liked” them even though there is no match.
When Paktor was first launched, it is often likened to Tinder.
That has changed over several developments, and now Paktor builds on the idea of a fun activity where you earn points from frequent activities to redeem ‘gifts’ to give to users whom you think deserves more than just a ‘like’.
Today, we explore the various popular dating apps in Singapore.
Tinder, as everyone knows, is the most popular dating app in Singapore.
How the app works is simple: It is similar to the Tinder app, where users sign up for an account by syncing it with their Facebook profile.
Users can like or dislike the person by swiping the screen left or right.
And there appears to be an increasing need for non-traditional matchmaking services in modern Singapore.
According to the Department of Statistics Singapore, the proportion of singles among ethnic Malays has been on the rise.
For ethnic Malay men aged 25 to 29, the percentage of singles jumped from 53.4 percent in 2000 to 66.6 percent in 2010.