From pre-dates to virtual dating, casual flirting to women making the first move, the dynamics of dating are changing fast and quick.
There has been a ‘digital revolution’ with regards to dating, courtship and romance. The Internet has become the ‘matchmaker’. Bumble founded in 2014 a social networking app created by women for everyone. On Bumble, women are empowered to make the first move and forge meaningful connections across dating, friendships, and business networking.
Taking dating a step forward is Gleeden, a dating platform open to married individuals who want to spice up their love lives by providing a safe and private environment where members get in touch with likeminded people to flirt.
OkCupid, founded in 2004 by Harvard mathematicians who believed in the power of questions to lead you to meaningful connections has an algorithm that is helping Indians strike the balance between love and compatibility.
Not So Arranged, a new dating site has specially designed a one-of-a-kind Compatibility Quiz that factors in thoughts, habits, values, personality and quirks to help you find the right match.
QuackQuack caters to needs of Indian singles who want to chat/break the ice even before they match and most of their users come from Tier 2 cities, unlike other apps.
Read the full story that first appeared in Deccan Chronicle dated Marc 13, 2021 here: