Beijing dating app
According to Talking Data, which provides mobile internet data analysis, Momo was the most downloaded dating app in China between January and March this year.
On its website, Momo claims to have 180 million users worldwide.
Photo: IC It was 11 pm on a Saturday night, and Jeff, a European expat who has been living in Beijing for five years, was just back from a party where he met a lot of new people, both foreigners and Chinese.
Still, though, he felt just a little bit empty, a little bit restless, and so he logged onto Tantan, a Chinese dating app similar to Tinder, that he has been using for the past year.
It was not immediately clear why Rela has been shut down.
The company did not respond to an email seeking comment.
Tinder connects with your “normal social media” (Facebook) and people tend to be more careful/genuine as a result.
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