ABACUS NEWS - Nov 21 - Tencent, operator of China's social network app WeChat, is ramping up its push into dating with a new Tinder-like app. Qingliao, meaning light chat in Chinese, is now allowing users to sign up when they request an invitation code on WeChat by submitting a photo and listing their occupation or school. The new app works similarly to Tinder and Tantan, but without the swiping. Users have to tap a heart or an X to anonymously like or pass on other users. When two users like each other, they're matched up and can start chatting. And unlike Tinder and Tantan, Qingliao limits the total number of profiles users can see within a certain time period. Men are shown 15 profiles every 18 hours and women can see 22.
by Xinmei Shen
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