TECHNODE - May 28 - The Chinese version of US sugar daddy dating app Seeking Arrangement was removed from the country's iOS app store on May 25th. Meanwhile, the app was unreachable on multiple Android stores such as Tencent MyApp and 360 Mobile Assistant. The controversial dating app, launched in October 2015 in China, recorded a quick spike in popularity in China over the past few weeks. It has taken over the top spot for free social networking apps and the fourth place on the general list last week, outperforming some of the country's most popular networking apps like WeChat and Weibo. Created in 2006 by Singaporean-American Brandon Wade, SeekingArrangement is marketed as a money-for-love dating platform that only pairs rich men with attractive women. It claims to have ~10M active users worldwide.