China’s location-based stranger networking app Momo earned itself mixed reception among mobile users, some adore it for its “hooking-up” utility while the others hate it for the same reason. The company’s latest product launch of version 3.0 took efforts to play down that part, trying to reimagine itself as a decent mobile social networking app.

And that’s the direction a Beijing-based startup has been working on for the past several months, after they graduated from Dalian-based incubating program ChinaAccelerator in the middle of this year with Qiuqiu, a mobile dating app.

Judging by the name, it’s perceivable that the app has something to do with love as Qiuqiu the name sounds a bit like Cupid the god of love.

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Ben Jiang

Listener of startups, writer on tech. Maker of things, dreamer by choice.