Pros: ➝ Lots of girls online ➝ Fun, colorful website interface with large photos (but also more slow to load) ➝ Both a website and an app with geo-localization ➝ You can send messages to 5 girls per day for free and you "like" as many as you want ➝ Cheaper than other websites Cons: ➝ Privacy concern (they sent advertising emails to all my contact on my behalf saying I was inviting them to join Badoo) ➝ Many prostitutes ➝ Because it is cheaper, there are more guys on Badoo.This means it is harder to get girls' attention and your messages may be ignored.Depending on which website or which app you use, you can pretty much chat with any type of women you could think of: Students, employees, executives, single mom, etc from any ethnicity or religion.There is such a diversity that it would be hard to generalize.I know some guys who've met dozens of girls using it.Of course, you need to create an Instagram account and to upload interesting pictures regularly.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.
The demographic of Indonesian Cupid is more middle class compared with Tinder.
It means they want to feel a long-term relationship is possible.
For this reason, it may be more difficult for you to find a date if you are not staying in Indonesia and if you do not speak Indonesian.
90% of the girls there are looking for a stable relationship. And maybe less than 1 percent is looking for a one night stand (not the hottest girls usually).
The fact that they are looking for a stable relationship does not mean they want to get married straight away.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).