Go to the content Go to the footer. If making eyes at people on the subway and staying in Migas until it closes isn't cutting it for you any more you need to either get some tips from a Beijing pick up artist or, probably even more effective, download one of these dating apps. Let us know how you get on in the comments below. If you're straight Tantan saves you the hassle of having to read dating profiles and lets you judge a fellow human being based purely on a photo. One neat little addition that Tantan has is the ability to add videos to your profile — queue hundreds of awkward or hilarious performances from random strangers.
This app may dethrone Tinder as the fastest way to hook up with strangers
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Do you often find yourself working overtime and having less personal time? When was the last time you went out and met someone new? In a society that puts an emphasis on hard work and endless working hours, it can be hard to go out and find that special someone. Finding someone online via dating apps has become a convenient way out for those seeking love and companionship, or even just to find someone to date casually so their families and relatives will stop nagging them. A bigger pool means there are more fishes to catch.
Momo, the Chinese app that exposes sex and generational divides
To this day, Jiayuan remains the largest dating site in China by user base, but the number of active members is on the decline. Meanwhile, Momo has transformed itself from a sketchy hookup app to a more family-friendly interest-based social network. So where are young people in China finding love these days?
Tantan, the popular dating app in China which allows users to connect through "liking" each other, has been suspended from most download channels available in the country as government strives to clean up content in cyberspace. The app was no longer available for download in China on Thursday at Apple's App Store, according to a test. Last week, Tantan had already been removed from most of the major app stores for Android-powered phones in China. Momo, the US-listed company that owns the Tantan app, said the suspension was upon direction from governmental authorities in China, without elaborating the reasons for the suspension.