Let’s take a look at some of China’s popular dating apps.Even though this app is the number one dating app in China, the company wants to be known for more than just that.The Los Angeles-based mobile app matches users based on location and personal photos.
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The two companies were not immediately available for comments.
Chen Jingyi, a public relation official at Beijing Kunlun, said: "We will help bring Grindr to China and other Asian markets where our mobile games are popular." Chen Xu, an analyst at Beijing-based Internet consultancy Analysys International, said Beijing Kunlun is quite interested in Grindr's global reach, especially its Western user base which can help the company expand its international presence.
Besides, it is already having difficulty in Asian markets like Japan and South Korea." Started in 2012, Blued currently has 22 million users and secured funding from venture capital firm DCM Ventures.
Other players such as Gee Yuu and lesbian social-networking sites like Les Do are also growing quickly.
For those who have trouble coming up with something to talk about, the app has a pretty fun “ice breaker” feature where you each answer 10 questions to help get to know your match a little better.
QQ has many features like games, links to news articles, as well as a way to learn Chinese or translate phrases into Chinese.
Chinese Internet game developer Beijing Kunlun Tech Co has purchased a controlling stake in US gay dating application Grindr to broaden its product portfolio and add new revenue streams.
Beijing Kunlun paid million in cash for a 60 percent share in New Grindr LLC, which values the six-year-old startup at 5 million.
This means if you are familiar with Tinder, you should have no problem navigating Tan Tan.