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Find your date by us­ing these best apps on your an­droid phone

PCQuest - - SMB CORNER - – Jy­oti Bha­gat jy­otib@cy­ber­me­

Tech­nol­ogy has grad­u­ally changed the world and made our daily life much eas­ier then it was be­fore. And AI & IoT has be­come the prac­tice of each and every tech based star­tups. The IT in­dus­tries are ac­cept­ing this trans­for­ma­tion and mak­ing the so­lu­tion ac­cord­ing to the pub­lic’s needs. Hence there are few AI based star­tups who deals the lat­est tech­nolo­gies for a per­son who is still sin­gle. all this might seem a bit stupid & ir­ra­tional. Some peo­ple may feel sin­gu­larly left out on such oc­ca­sions while many oth­ers may turn ex­tremely bit­ter and skep­ti­cal about life as a whole. Well, there is noth­ing to get de­pressed off. There are many APP based dat­ing ser­vices that can surely work out on the type of re­la­tion­ship you seek.

So, check out these trend­ing dat­ing apps:


One of the world’s most fa­mous dat­ing apps is Tin­der which was founded by Sean Rad Founder & Chair­man, Tin­der. Tin­der is one of the main player in dat­ing app mar­ket. It came from nowhere and dom­i­nated the whole world. This app has more than 50 mil­lion ac­tive users and each user spends 90 min­utes per day and checks their ac­count 11 times per day. This app has a unique al­go­rithm which as­sures you con­nect with a part­ner or a per­son within a minute or less than

it. The Tin­der app has more of a so­cial app kind of theme which has fea­tures like mu­tual friends, like, su­per-like op­tion etc.

In a sit­u­a­tion when we re­ally needed a match or a per­son for dat­ing, Tin­der can be per­fect, No longer do we have to Google ‘signs a guy is crush­ing on you’ or ‘does she like me quiz’, although ad­mit­tedly it can be fun to take these when you’re idly won­der­ing if your work buddy is har­bor­ing se­cret feel­ings.

Now that we have dat­ing apps like Tin­der, we don’t have to guess if some­one likes us – we’re greeted with the proof, then put in a dig­i­tal room to­gether and in­vited to chat, Where you will get the op­tion of swipe right and swipe left for choos­ing or re­ject­ing your choice re­spec­tively.

Truly Madly

In­dia’s best dat­ing & match­mak­ing app which uses the per­fect al­go­rithm to sug­gest matches ac­cord­ing to your in­ter­ests. The com­pany was founded by Sachin Bha­tia, CEO and co-founder, Tru­lyMadly.

It has some unique fea­tures which keep your images safe. your friends can en­dorse you to in­crease your trust score, con­nect­ing other so­cial me­dia ac­counts to in­crease your trust score, con­ver­sa­tions, etc. Tru­lyMadly is the only player as­sert­ing that 45% of its user base is from the non-top 10 cities.

Re­cently the cpm­pany has en­tered into an ex­clu­sive part­ner­ship with InMobi for ad mon­e­ti­za­tion. The dat­ing app, in part­ner­ship with InMobi, in­tends to help ad­ver­tis­ers am­plify their reach on mo­bile us­ing a var­ied range of ad for­mats in­clud­ing na­tive, in­ter­sti­tial and video. It en­ables ad­ver­tis­ers to reach users us­ing InMobi’s plat­form ca­pa­bil­i­ties such as lo­ca­tion­based tar­get­ing and en­gage them through for­mats such as video.


Woo is a lead­ing dat­ing app that helps con­nect in­ter­est­ing Desi peo­ple every day based on your in­ter­ests and life­style. The whole Woo ex­pe­ri­ence is de­signed in such a way that the users can ex­press their true per­son­al­i­ties and form rich mean­ing­ful con­nec­tions based on things that truly mat­ter to them. Sumesh Menon, Co-Founder and CEO, Woo, Says ‘ We be­lieve that tech­nol­ogy, lay­ered with the right hu­man in­sight has im­mense power to re­move bar­ri­ers and help con­nect peo­ple and cre­ate the magic. Our app is for ur­ban sin­gles in In­dia & abroad who are seek­ing a real, mean­ing­ful re­la­tion­ship and not ca­sual hookups. Woo matches pro­files based on com­mon in­ter­ests and com­mon life­styles. The whole Woo ex­pe­ri­ence is de­signed in such a way that the users can ex­press their true per­son­al­i­ties and form rich mean­ing­ful con­nec­tions based on things that truly mat­ter to them. We be­lieve that tech­nol­ogy, lay­ered with the right hu­man in­sight has im­mense power to re­move bar­ri­ers and help con­nect peo­ple and cre­ate the magic.’

Safety is a key con­sid­er­a­tion, es­pe­cially on an app of a so­cial na­ture and most se­ri­ous de­vel­op­ers

pri­or­i­tize it as a top agenda. Our fo­cus on se­cu­rity runs through the en­tire app ex­pe­ri­ence, start­ing from on board­ing where our ma­chine learn­ing al­go­rithm weeds out any fake/ pseudo pro­files. All com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween po­ten­tial matches can seam­lessly hap­pen within our app en­vi­ron­ment through our en­hanced chat en­gine, Menon Adds. USP’s of Woo: Woo con­tinue to fo­cus on In­dian di­as­pora by ap­peal­ing and con­nect­ing with In­di­ans set­tled abroad with high dis­pos­able in­comes, com­mon in­ter­ests, lik­ing & fa­mil­iar­ity. Our prod­uct is tai­lor made for an au­di­ence like this with fea­tures like tag search, ques­tion cast & Woo globe, where a per­son can use lo­ca­tion pref­er­ence, eth­nic­ity and re­li­gion for search­ing pro­files on the app.


Glee­ was launched in 2009. At that time, a study showed that more than 30% of peo­ple who were on tra­di­tional dat­ing sites were in re­al­ity mar­ried and were ly­ing about it to meet peo­ple. The idea was to cre­ate a web­site which al­lows mar­ried peo­ple to be fi­nally them­selves on a dat­ing web­site, with­out ly­ing about their mar­i­tal sta­tus. Glee­den was spe­cially made to give them a se­cure en­vi­ron­ment where they can meet peo­ple dis­creetly. About 1.9 lakh mem­bers are us­ing Glee­den in In­dia.

So­lene Pail­let, Head of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Man­age­ment of Glee­ shares ‘ To de­liver its ser­vices to its mem­ber, Glee­den has a web­site (desk­top and mo­bile ver­sion) and of course an app. 70% of the users’ con­nec­tions are made from a mo­bile phone (app + mo­bile web­site)’.

‘ To pro­mote the app, the means of com­mu­ni­ca­tion used by Glee­den are quite con­ven­tional: press re­leases, poster and printed cam­paigns etc ... What makes Glee­den’s com­mu­ni­ca­tion orig­i­nal and unique is its funny and pun­gent side. Re­cently, we have also pro­moted the app with TV cam­paigns’

Most Glee­den part­ners op­er­ate on a cross-mar­ket­ing agree­ment with com­pa­nies that tar­get our com­mu­nity (more than 3.6 mil­lion mem­bers world­wide). The brand also makes a lot of part­ner­ships with ‘ex­perts’ (au­thors, so­ci­ol­o­gists, psy­chol­o­gists, sex ther­a­pists, blog­gers etc…). This is one of the rea­sons why Glee­den has be­come a ref­er­ence in terms of en­coun­ters, se­duc­tion and sex­u­al­ity.’ Pail­let adds.


Sa­goon was de­vel­oped with the pur­pose of cre­at­ing a so­cial­ized world. Sa­goon is only the player that in­tro­duced this new con­cept “So­cial Me­dia Mon­e­ti­za­tion”. Ac­cord­ing SwatiGovinda Giri - Founder/CEO of Sa­goon Inc. ‘Sa­goon in­tends to make the world a bet­ter place to live by help­ing peo­ple build true con­nec­tions, share use­ful ex­pe­ri­ences and earn while so­cial­iz­ing. The com­pany be­lieves that rein­vent­ing the con­cept of so­cial gift­ing would im­prove peo­ple’s re­la­tion­ships and make them cher­ish each mo­ment spent with their loved ones.’

The key of­fer­ings are:

• My Day: is the fastest way to cre­ate & share sched­ules and to- do-lists, and set re­minders. It has been de­signed to sim­plify your daily pro­fes­sional and per­sonal lives, and im­prove pro­duc­tiv­ity

• Se­cret Shar­ing: A se­cret is learn­ing, find­ing, ex­pe­ri­ence or a thought that you think can help and ben­e­fit the so­ci­ety. Or, it could be any in­for­ma­tion that you want to pub­lish with­out dis­clos­ing your name.

• Mood Talk: Su­per­charge your chat­ting with this tool. Use cus­tom emoti­cons and crazy stick­ers dur­ing a pri­vate or group chat. Let your moods do the talk­ing!

• So­cial Smart Card: This up­com­ing fea­ture will al­low Sa­goon users to earn mon­e­tary re­wards for all the time they spend us­ing Sa­goon fea­tures. This card will en­able users to.

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