4 *Dating Apps* every single must try

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Dating Apps
Darrell Fraser

Dating has become all the more easy thanks to dating apps. With these apps at your disposal, love is just a swipe away. What’s better time than quarantine to indulge yourself in online romance. Back-to-back texting, video calls, phone calls and the like. You will get to know your date like never before, give all the free time you have now. So, what are you waiting for? Wedding Affair brings to you 4 amazing dating apps every single millennial must try. You never know what is waiting for you on the other side of the swipe. Read on to find more.

Tinder

Easily one of the most popular dating apps out there, Tinder was launched in 2012 within startup incubator Hatch Labs as a joint venture between IAC and mobile app development firm Xtreme Labs. By 2014, Tinder was registering about one billion swipes per day. Tinder is a geosocial networking and online dating application that allows users to anonymously swipe to like or dislike other profiles based on their photos, a small bio, and common interests. Once two users have matched, they can exchange messages.

Tinder originally required access to a Facebook account to use the app, but it began allowing users to register with just a telephone number in August 2019. It is accessible through a mobile app or a web browser for computers.

Bumble

Bumble is a location-based dating app that facilitates communication between interested users. In heterosexual matches, only female users can make the first contact with matched male users, while in same-sex matches either person can send a message first. Users can sign up using their phone number or Facebook profile, and have options of searching for romantic matches.

The dating app also has the “BFF mode” to find friends. While Bumble Bizz facilitates business communications. Founded by Whitney Wolfe Herd shortly after she left Tinder, a dating app she co-founded. Wolfe Herd has described Bumble as a feminist dating app. Bumble is the second-most popular dating app in the U.S. after Tinder.

QuackQuack

One of India’s primary dating platforms, QuackQuack took just 97 days to reach the mark of 9 million from 8 million users. They added 3.6 million users in the last 1 year that embarked a growth rate of 70% on their platform. On a daily basis, they are on-boarding around 18,000 new users on their platform since the lockdown was announced.

QuackQuack’s users are scattered throughout the country though about 40% of their users come from metropolitan cities while 60% of their users are from Tier-2,3 cities.  Men are mostly concentrated in metro cities like Delhi NCR (7.62%), Hyderabad (4.64%), Mumbai (4.19%), Bangalore ( 4.18%) and Chennai ( 3.97%) while the women users are mostly found in cities like Delhi NCR  (9.98%), Mumbai ( 6%), Bangalore  (4.15%), Hyderabad  (3.36%) and Kolkata (2.49%).

Hinge

Designed to be deleted, Hinge is a one of a kind dating app. They want to know your dating preferences. Hinge makes it a point to keep in mind these preferences. You’re encouraged to share your religion, education and lifestyle habits so the app can introduce you to the best people for you. The app tries to lay emphasis on the user’s personality. You answer three prompts to activate your profile.

Every month they refresh the prompts, keeping only those that are most likely to get you out on a date. Hinge knows that too many options can be overwhelming. That’s why they use a Nobel-Prize winning algorithm to help the user zero in on the right person for you. You’re 8x more likely to have a great date with your Most Compatible. This dating app aims to create meaningful matches. As a free member, you can send 10 likes per day. Because when you’re thoughtful about who you like, matches mean more.

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