Dating by cheeky dating
You can do it with one hand while the other holds your third coffee of the day as you sit on the park bench taking 5 minutes out of your hectic work day to just B-R-E-A-T-H-E. I am a delight and I really have no idea why I’m still single. The East Meet East app icon is cute, with its signature white and pink colors and that swirly heart logo.
Or, in my case, when I’m lounging on the couch at 10pm on a Thursday night, sipping on a glass of Merlot while also surfing through Netflix. The app is currently only available for i Phone users (so no Android), but if you’re on a smartphone, you can just head to the actual site via your web browser if you really want to get your online dating fix.
Open up the app and you’ll find that it’s basically the same as the East Meet East website.
You can navigate through 5 sections at the bottom of the screen: Search, Messages, Smiles, Visits, Profile.
This is the latest 2016 upgrade and EME let me know that they’ve been working hard to make this the most easy to use Asian dating app.
The previous versions of this app did not have full functionality like the advanced search, sending and receiving smiles, or seeing who’s visited your profile recently.
Just as religion might be a non-negotiable for some people when looking for a partner, heritage and ethnicity can be equally so, particularly among the Asian community.
%br (Check out EME’s articles on “Asian Dating Tips” and “Asian American Dating Tips” for more on this stuff.) Here’s a quick rundown of the available features: Use the search filters to find your potential partners.
I'm never going to say to Nadia and Eden, 'yes I like them', to make them easier," she explained.Since its first release, they’ve done plenty of upgrades, especially to the UI, to make it super user friendly and intuitive. Well (in case you didn’t read my other review), it’s the “#1 dating site for Asian urban singles”.Much like other popular dating sites, East Meet East focuses on the key component of a successful relationship - having important stuff in common.Men, on the other hand, will not be able to read the messages they receive (they’ll only see a preview) unless they become Premium Members (membership starts from .99/month). I’ve noticed that a lot of guys will send a message asking if I can email or text them directly instead since they don’t have premium membership. Play it safe - don’t contact these people outside of the EME platform until you’ve had a chance to get to know them better. It’s a sweet and friendly way of showing interest and a little less cheeky than a wink.You wouldn’t just give out your phone number or email to a random person on the street, right? (Don’t get me wrong - the right wink from the right guy makes me swoon but you don’t want to receive them left and right, virtual or otherwise).