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But if you’re going to China, chances are you’re not going to be finding any dates using the apps you’re used to.
partner, simply put in what kind of food you want to eat or which restaurant you want to go to. You can actually set your main picture as your cat or dog, and there will be a small picture of you in the corner, to the extent that will make you wonder if you’re looking to meet the person or the animal.
If someone is interested, they’ll get in touch with you. Well, as the Cheng Yu goes: 爱屋及乌 | Àiwūjíwū | Love me, love my dog.
The app also gives you a choice to either offer to pay for the meal, or to split the bill, allowing you to avoid an awkward situation. Blued’s interface is similar to a mix between an instant messaging service, Facebook, and Twitter.
For account verification, you must send a video of yourself to the Blued team who will match your face to the photos you’ve posted on your account. Blued may see some competition soon since a Beijing-based company has purchased the very popular US based app – Grindr.
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.