Once swipping is done, some other profile should quickly appear.
You can then start a conversation if both of your profile and the one you liked match.
Aliza Eaton, 21, and Austin Henline, 22, met on Mutual — a dating app designed for single members of the Church of Latter-Day Saints (LDS).
Some people might find that you actually have to meet someone in reality !
4 Momo 陌陌 / mò mò – Number one Chinese Dating App Slogan : there’s always something interesting nearby.
Being the first and biggest dating app, people still think of this particular app when it comes to discovering new people. Its functioning is similar to Coffee Meets Bagel : you get two matches a day, and if the matching gets accepted, both of you and your match can start up a flirt. As they give you two matches a day, it keeps a slow pace which can be a good or a bad point, depending on users’ opinions.
However, the app is not an easy one to get along with, because of its many add-on features. Pros – young, educated and authenticated users, safe, good looking interface.
In order to get rid of this bad reputation, Momo changed itself from a dating-focused app to an interest-based social networking one. All users have to submit institutional credentials to be able to use the app.
This transformation was much more culturally acceptable. This very strict filtering system shows Xindong’s determination to include the very best of young and educated people.
Looking for people located near you is pretty fine, but you can also play mini games and join user-generated groups. Cons – maybe too young population, 2 matches a day, maybe not serious enough. * Please note the names are roughly translated in an acceptable English meaning. Any other APP that you use and are efficient to date in China ?
Momo has an interesting number of foreign users, which mean you can use this app in many different countries accross the world.
They’re currently finishing up college at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where Aliza studies communication disorders and Austin studies strategic management. AE: We dated for 4 months, have been married for 6! AE: We’re super happily married, say “I love you” every 10 seconds, kinda forever honeymooners.
When they’re not in school, Aliza works at a soda shop and as a social media coordinator for a recycling business. AH: We’re married and have a pet stuffed dog from IKEA named Possum.
They matched in September 2018, got engaged that November, and said “I do” in January 2019, in a traditional LDS temple wedding.