Pros: ➝ Between 500-1000 Indonesian girls online at any time, but thousands more who were active in the past week or month (you have filters to do that).
Pros: ➝ Almost entirely free ➝ Easy to get several matches every day ➝ Thousands of Indonesian girls are using it, including many educated ones ➝ Not too many spam accounts or prostitutes or ladyboys Cons: ➝ I find it difficult to manage once you have more than 100 matches ➝ You cannot see which girls are online ➝ You cannot chat with a girl if you haven't matched with her already ➝ You cannot like more than 50 girls per day (or you must pay) ➝ You must connect using your Facebook information and pics (your friends on Facebook who are using Tinder will know that you are also a user) ➝ You can only see girls around you (unless you pay).
If you stay abroad, this means you cannot chat with any girl in Jakarta before you arrive.
To give you a better understanding, I will describe the specificities of each dating app or website below: When Tinder started in Indonesia, most of its users were either foreign or Western-educated girls.
Its base has now expanded, but it is still the most trendy app to use.
I recommend you to update to the premium version though (only 25$ per month) as it will allow you to send an unlimited number of messages.
It will also give you the edge compared to the other guys in terms of visibility.
Many Indonesian girls on Indonesian Cupid are looking to meet foreigners and they won't turn you down if you say you are far away.
The demographic of Indonesian Cupid is more middle class compared with Tinder.
➝ Generally speaking, girls on Tinder love to swipe but they aren't very good at sending or replying to messages Read my article: 10 Reasons You Are Failing at Tinder Indonesia Cupid is more traditional dating website which is part of a wider network: Filipino Cupid, Muslima (for dating Muslim girls), Thai Cupid, Vietnam Cupid, etc.