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Critics have quickly swiped left to Tinder's new tiered plan, with the tech blog Endgadget panning the pricing scale and calling it “sleazy.” Tinder itself has defended the move.
Spokesman Rosette Pambakian in a statement to AFP said the premium charges are not unlike those imposed by other web services.
Users will receive a notification with a suggested match each day at noon.
Only one match is given a day because its focus is on those who are genuinely seeking a long-term relationship.
Launched in November 2013, Love Out Loud Asia (LOLA), takes what it calls an "activity-based approach" based on ideas for dates to make the experience more about meeting up instead of just swiping right or left.
And in a similar concept to Tinder's, users can view pictures of potential matches, their age and find out whether they share mutual friends and interests via Facebook.
Unlike Tinder's free service which restricts the number of likes, Paktor has unlimited liking capabilities and allows you to take back a swipe if you made a mistake.
The service is also available in nine other countries, including Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines.
“Lots of products offer differentiated price tiers by age, like Spotify does for students, for example," she said.
"Tinder is no different; during our testing we’ve learned, not surprisingly, that younger users are just as excited about Tinder Plus, but are more budget constrained, and need a lower price to pull the trigger.” For singles reluctant to commit to a higher price plan, do check out some of the dating app options available in Singapore. Paktor Among the handful of locally developed mobile dating applications that have surfaced in the past few years, Paktor - which means “to go on a date” in Cantonese - has emerged as a popular name and is one of the largest players in Asia.