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When we talk about dating and social media sites, we associate them more with traditional desktop online dating which has really established its presence in the last 15 to 20 years.
A Pew Research Centre study on ‘Dating and Mating in the Digital Age’ conducted last year revealed that 66% of online daters had actually gone on a date with someone they met online with 23% of them having entered into marriage or a long term relationship after meeting through these sites.
Besides Tinder, there is Hinge, True View, Tickr, Coffee Meets Bagel, Dattch, Christian Mingle and Tastebuds.
In the last year alone, the dating apps The League, The Catch, Dapper, Happn, The Dating Lounge and Wyldfire were launched, More Malaysians Catching The Dating App Fever As with most social trends, it was only a matter of time before dating apps started to pick up among Malaysians too.
In October last year, our neighbour from the land of Merlion, Singapore also launched a dating app just for Muslims - Mat & Minah. At its launch, a Singapore-based news daily reported that the man behind Mat & Minah; Zuraimie Ismail, 43, director of Skimly the company that developed the app, as stating that Muslims traditionally depend on familial connections for help to find a spouse but this practice has declined due to the increasing urban diaspora.
Utilizing such an application allows single individuals to take control of their own destiny and provides a matchmaking platform which previously was only available from religious associations. Paktor, which was launched early last year and managed to match 250,000 users in just two weeks.
As users demand for such apps grow locally, it was only natural for locally-based dating apps to be created.
You might be wondering -- isn't this a form of shoe prostitution? Most commenters on the store's Facebook page seem enamored with "Shoe Dating" -- and the shirtless male models Shoes Shoes Shoes has put in its store. Commenter Sheila Santharamohana asked: Can you imagine if it was the other way round?
Shoes Shoes Shoes sees the system more like something that would happen on HBO's hit show "Sex and the City." As the store writes on its Facebook page: Why sit and wait for Mr. Go do what you like most first - shop for shoes and live out your "Sex And The City" dreams (think Carrie! and leave it to the professionals to find you your Mr. When a man bought shoes, he'd get a woman for a date as well? Why do we countenance this unethical marketing gimmick?
In February last year, Malaysian-based dating app, Kehmistry, which was established in 2013, partnered up with U Mobile to offer their app to users and the app utilizes your smartphone geolocation to identify other singles nearby.
At its launch, Kehmistry was described as specifically designed for busy, middle-class, urban professionals under 35 years old that find it hard to find time to date.