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With an estimated 50 million downloads worldwide, Tinder leads the bandwagon.
Launched in 2016 in India, the location-based social search app has met with contradictory reactions.
“This another time I met an IT professional and hoping he was not a stinker as the first one, we decided to meet at a coffee shop,” Tanya says, adding how that date turned out to be a silent session as they ran out of common topics of interests.
It may just be the stigma of meeting through social media that drive Tanushree and Rishi to tweak their story, but you can hardly blame them.
If Applause were your best friend, they’d tell you, “Bro, I don’t block.
I guide.” In a recent study, app analytics startup Applause measured the reviews of the 97 most popular dating apps to see which apps were user’s favorite.
While there are a flurry of apps like Tinder, Vee, Truly Madly, Happn and OKCupid which use geotagging, algorithms and math to determine who is a good match within seconds, the concept, quite different from social networking platforms because of the fact that they have been specifically designed for dating people, is picking up pace quite slowly.
Some who are not privy to the workings of online dating are reluctant to try it because of security reasons and a general assumption that people you meet online aren’t as genuine as people you meet in person. those who are desperate for attention,” says Raghav Parashar, a Delhi-based IT professional.