QuackQuack; a desi dating platform for Indian singles today announced that they are witnessing a 16% rise in consumer base as compared to previous year. The dating app reached the milestone of 11 Million users in December 2020.
Active engagement has been witnessed especially among the female user group as there has been a 16% increase in female users viewing male profiles and a 20% increase in female users expressing interest in male profiles as compared to the previous year. There has also been a 10% increase in chats and messages exchanged between users.
Apart from the metros the dating app is witnessing growth in tier-2 cities like Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Patna, Goa, Surat, Jammu and Nagpur. To celebrate the New Year, QuackQuack is also introducing a new feature on their platform called ‘Find My Crush’. Under the new feature, the user enters their crush’s mobile number and if the other half also does the same using the Find My Crush feature, the app will send a crush notification to both the users.
Sharing his views on the recent developments, Mr. Ravi Mittal Founder of QuackQuack says, “We are excited to enter this New Year with positivity both in terms of business and the covid vaccine. The user engagement on the platform has seen a pleasant rise and to keep engaging them seamlessly we are introducing the much awaited Find My Crush feature on the app”
“We are hopeful that this year will be a joyful one for the aspiring love birds and the community at large” – He further adds.
The dating app also mapped it’s users in context to their Zodiac Signs and found out that there has been a 250% increase in signups from Capricorns, people born in Dec/Jan, probably trying to make the most of their birthdays. Among other Zodiac Signs, they are seeing higher engagement from Geminis, Cancers and Leo’s whereas Virgos, Libras and Scorpions are least engaged in online dating.
About QuackQuack (https://www.quackquack.in/) QuackQuack is one of India’s first dating platforms established in the year 2010 . The app is especially built for Indian singles and currently boasts of 11 Million users with nearly 15 Million chats exchanged per month.
The dating app founded in 2010 by Ravi Mittal at the age of 16. He started QuackQuack in a rented 2BHK flat near his house with two other people. The company is headquartered in Hyderabad and is growing at a rapid pace when compared to its Indian peers!