Even though this app is the number one dating app in China, the company wants to be known for more than just that.
QQ has many features like games, links to news articles, as well as a way to learn Chinese or translate phrases into Chinese.
The ‘find friends’ function is location based, and gives you tons of information — from the usual like age and gender to the more eclectic, like astrological sign and blood type.
However, your best bet is going to be using what the locals use, not just for app availability reasons in that region, but also to increase the number of people you can interact with.
Let’s take a look at some of China’s popular dating apps.
He is a new learner of Chinese, and enjoys comparing the similarities and differences with learning Japanese, a language he studied for six years. In fact, his favorite Chinese Pod lesson is "Smelly Cheese".
Karl is interested in literature, long-distance running, skiing, hiking, and cycling... Chinese Pod is the longest-running Mandarin Learning tool.
Grindr is already used in 190 countries and is an easy-to-use app that matches with men in your area.
Karl graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans but is originally from Seattle, WA.
That’s according to Dr Song Li, founder of Zhenai.com, one of China’s biggest matchmaking sites – who apologises if his findings may not seem “politically correct”. Professors at the University of Hong Kong or a university in the UK or US might be interested in using our data to study the psychology of love,” says Li, who has the infectious enthusiasm and quirky personality commonly seen among bona fide serial entrepreneurs.
“I’d love it if our data could contribute to society.” He’s not kidding about the volume of data.