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Christian Connection makes it easy to break the ice.
If you see someone you like, simply "wave" at them.
Instead, they emphasise security and are more attentive to the needs of female users.
For the three Korean-American sisters behind the San Francisco- based app Coffee Meets Bagel, the experience of their female users was key.
IT technician Leonard Whang, 28, who, like many of his peers, uses dating apps such as Tinder and Paktor, says the apps help people overcome the fear of rejection that comes with asking someone out face to face.
He says: "When using an app, you don't know if someone has swiped left on your profile, you find out only about the positive matches.
"Lots of dating apps have a very overwhelming and creepy quality to them, which is why we created an app that curates one daily match for our users - sent at noon daily." The app, which was aunched in April 2012, uses a proprietary algorithm to match users based on factors such as interests, social network and educational and career backgrounds. Though Ms Kang would not reveal Singapore user numbers, she says the app has been rapidly picking up steam here.
Set up in 2012, it provides users the option of meeting singles around them.
Tinder, which is part of the IAC/Inter Active Corp media conglomerate that also owns dating websites and Ok Cupid, boasts more than 91 million downloads and 1.5 billion swipes every day.
He has done things the old-fashioned way: asking friends to set him up, asking colleagues out and striking up conversations with strangers in bars.
He is still single and looking - but mostly at his mobile phone.
Singles in Singapore are looking for friendship and love on dating apps, which are mobile-based and usually free.