Singapore dating app
And group dating "keeps the conversation light," she said.
Peekawoo's group dates can include up to six people, and they'll even host larger events with "an in-house wing man and wing woman," whose sole responsibility is to help break the ice. "We do not let married men on the app," said Woo co-founder Sumesh Menon.
Paktor, the Singapore-based app, also screens users for fake accounts, and requires you to have at least 50 friends on Facebook to sign up.
In the Philippines, Paktor managing director of marketing Monique Espino says they will “make sure to tailor the Paktor experience to the needs of Filipino users.” Part of their local efforts will include lining up a number of exciting online and on-ground activities for the Filipino community.
In Taiwan, the startup has teamed with a film called Rhythm of the Rain to promote the app.
Paktor says that more than 175,000 people have already been matched through the app.
It will also launch in other Asian countries such as Japan, China and Indonesia.
(He used his own app to meet his Taiwanese fiancee.) The app translates messages so users can chat to people who speak another language.