The show prompts people to talk about their sexual and emotional issues, but how far is too far when it comes to talking about sex on TV? Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television Council, sees the show as a desperate move for the channel. You switch on some music, turn down the lights and flick the switch to ON.No need for dinner or even a clean shirt because tonight, you’re romancing a robot.In Singapore, there are more than 10 apps that are in the business of love, including home-grown companies such as Paktor and Lunch Click, which have local user figures that range in the high six figures. MR LEONARD WHANG, who uses dating apps such as Tinder and Paktor It is no wonder that young men such as Mr Oh have become converts.He uses Tinder, which is arguably the mother of all dating apps.Singles in Singapore are looking for friendship and love on dating apps, which are mobile-based and usually free.All it takes is for you to download an app on your smartphone and connect via your Facebook account to start your hand-held quest for romance. I think getting to chat first is a great asset if you’re shy about making the first move in real life.
He is still single and looking - but mostly at his mobile phone.It is not yet known when and where the first same-sex wedding will be held.But the first people to be affected are same-sex couples who have already wed legally abroad.Set up in 2012, it provides users the option of meeting singles around them.Tinder, which is part of the IAC/Inter Active Corp media conglomerate that also owns dating websites and Ok Cupid, boasts more than 91 million downloads and 1.5 billion swipes every day.