Lovestruck’s Singapore users tend to be lower key types who are looking for marriage, compared to the younger, hipper, more casual demographic on, say, Tinder.
Similar to Twitter and Instagram, Lovestruck profiles can be verified, by an actual human who will check your online profiles to match your photos, job, age, relationship status, etc.
Less well-known than Tinder or OKCupid, Lovestruck markets itself as an app that offers “meaningful” dating experiences.
It is ostensibly an app only for those who are seeking long-term relationships.
This must be done within 24 hours, otherwise the chance is lost.
If you’re thinking of paying for Incognito to stalk someone in particular, you might want to quit dating and see a shrink. It can match you not only with potential dates (Bumble Date), but also platonic friends (Bumble BFF) and business partners (Bumble Bizz)…
although the efficacy of picking business partners based on their profile pics is a bit questionable. You swipe right on people you like and left on those you don’t until you get a match.
Lovestruck displays lists of profiles that you can browse, and you can “like” or send messages to those that interest you.
Out of all the apps on this list, Lovestruck tends to display the most detailed profiles.