So the bagels you get are curated for you based on your preferences and personality type.
You can further narrow this down to ethnicity, income, height, weight, marital status, etc.
Another feature they have is Match Words™ which helps you quickly find someone who shares your common interests.
Recently, the app also came up with the concept of swiping in groups, like a virtual group matchmaking. The catch: However, having the sky as the limit may not necessarily be such a great thing after all.
You’d have endless profiles to swipe, and it can get a little overwhelming, like you’re wading through a sea of random people or trying to find a needle in a haystack since the deck isn’t curated. S.: The chances of getting a casual hook up or fling are pretty high here. Whether that’s good or bad news is up to you to decide.
Still, with a large worldwide database, someone’s sure to catch your eye.
When you narrow it down to Singapore only, and within ur preferred age group (mine was 30-40 years old) you will get at least a couple hundred matches.
Additionally, the time frame of seven days effectively puts pressure on users to take their conversation somewhere else and progress beyond the app. The best thing about the app, however, is that ALL the basic information is laid out for you from the start.
Good for picky users who are more particular about your potential date’s height, religion, or educational level.
Also, because the app is so popular and used by many, you might encounter your friend or relatives’ profiles more often than you’d like it. But if you’re looking for something more serious, keep reading!
Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB) is seeing increasing popularity among Singaporeans this year. How it works: You will receive up to six profiles (aka “Bagels”) a day at noon sharp, deemed as suitable matches for you by the app.
Then you can start chatting before the chat expires in seven days.