Houran points out the possible unintended consequence: in the age of dating apps

Houran points out the possible unintended consequence: in the age of dating apps

Monogamy, wedding and product values aren’t respected across all Chinese dating apps.

Momo was launched last year, one before Tinder — though it is often called China’s Tinder — and today has 180 million registered users in China year. Its more popular as the “yuepao tool” by users, meaning “hookup” in Chinese online slang. “My principal motive would be to you will need to have intercourse with wide array of girls,” Chen Xiaozhe, 27, told The Guardian in 2014. Momo said in a 2014 Fortune article that about 5% for the 900 million communications per month delivered across its community are about ‘hooking up,’ but the greater amount of than 60% of communications which can be exchanged between two different people may be ultimately causing the discussion that is same. There’s also coucou8.com, an online site that is targeted on arranging offline activities to provide people an opportunity of developing relationships, and Blued, a favorite LGBT dating app in Asia that now has twice the marketplace value as Grindr (now owned by Chinese business Beijing Kunlun Tech), the world’s many well-known dating app that is gay. Continue reading “Houran points out the possible unintended consequence: in the age of dating apps”