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This new phenomenon may be welcome news for a society grappling with falling birth rates and late marriages.But while the process of finding love has become easier and more efficient, the old adage of “easy come, easy go” could describe how romantic relationships are formed these days, dating gurus and sociologists said.Singapore Management University (SMU) Associate Professor of Psychology Norman Li, whose research interests include mate preferences and mate value, said relationships could become "shorter and much less stable", given the limitless choice the app opens users up to.
Gone are the days of relying on friends and family to introduce potential partners too, said Mr Ye.SINGAPORE: Although she was left heartbroken after her seven-year relationship ended in 2014, Ms Jessebelle Peh had not given up on love.Then 24, she knew she “did not want to waste time” and wanted to settle down if the right person comes along.She added that Singapore is one of CMB’s biggest markets, with the Republic’s users among the most actively engaged.
CMB data shows that in 2017, 2.2 million and 1.6 million introductions were made on its app in Hong Kong and Singapore, respectively.
In Singapore, Paktor saw a 7 per cent increase in number of matches between 20, with the figure rising another 36 per cent from 2018 to this year.