A new dating app China is very popular women. It is so popular that Chinese women are spending $30 million a month it. It is a little different the usual dating app because the boyfriends are not real. There are just four single men the app and they are all virtual boyfriends. Women have to role-play dating the four boyfriends. They have to use real money to buy "Purple Diamonds" the app. They then spend their Purple Diamonds the app to go dates and keep their relationships going. The app is called Love and Producer. It is currently the biggest money earner Apple's App Store in China. Players spent 200 million Chinese Yuan ($30 million) on playing it last month.
A market research company said the app has more than two million daily active users. The vast majority these are women their early 20s. The company said users love the idea romance and fun. A 19-year-old student Wuhan University explained why she liked the app. She said: "It's like a romantic novel fascinating voices. It's more real than reading a novel." She said she loved the app's "delicate drawings," as well as the "great voices" the four male characters. Another young Chinese woman said: "I don't have a boyfriend, so I'm happy to have a relationship a "paper partner". She also liked getting e-mail and chat messages her virtual boyfriends.