Breaking into the dating scene can be difficult for some. Check out the best dating apps to help get your love life started
Not all first dates
have to be intimidating. Calm down or let these three apps calm you. They are lifesavers that can help you connect and keep conversations going long after date night.
If you need last-minute ideas on where to go this weekend, the SG Now app lets you in on the latest events in and around town. Curated by the folks behind SG Magazine, this app is packed with useful recommendations, from the best rooftop bars to neighbourhood guides.
Available on: iOS; free
Duet Rating: 4/5
Get it: sg.asia-city.com/app
Singles are able to remain anonymous when using this app by Society W — it allows the use of nicknames and the blurring or masking of profile photos. Users reveal themselves only when they are comfortable with the other party. This discourages singles from selecting partners based purely on looks.
This app has a “Question & Answer” style of interaction, with pre-set questions that allow you to start a conversation easily. Find it hard to ask your match out? LunchClick also has a “Propose a Date” function to help you easily set up a first date.