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What you get back is the assurance that you’ll meet 50 singles in their events and will be introduced to 10 potential matches one on one.Analysis done by the app shows that people in the 26-35 age group tend to look for more stable relationships.Woo offers a lot of features for security and anonymity before the actual conversation starts.After a user makes the profile here, they can search for a match based on common interests such as travelling, music, cooking and so on. We talked to Woo's CEO Sumesh Menon and he said, "Woo is more about meaningful relationships than a casual date or a hook-up.
A male user we spoke to said, "I installed it just for fun. I went on a couple of dates too but they were pretty boring". Many female users say that the men they connect with get abusive when they’re denied a date.
The other pain point is rejection, with several users reporting they were stood up on Tinder dates.
Truly Madly The trend of fewer female users isn’t limited to Tinder.
A few years ago in India, when every other youngster didn't have a smartphone, online romancing was largely limited to sending friend requests to people with cute DPs, or perhaps lurking in chatrooms, hoping that the soulmate you were chatting with wasn’t an arthritic grandparent.
Then, of course, there were all the matrimonial websites, but let’s face it, these are the online equivalent of chai and samosa with .