QuackQuack; dating platform for Indian singles today announced that they have crossed 10 million Indian users on their dating app.
The platform added 1 million users in just over 2 months during the lockdown to cross the 10 million mark; During this period, around 1 million interests were expressed per day with 3 million profile views on a daily basis.
While being among the most downloaded dating apps on Google Play Store and Apple App Store in India, QuackQuack also adds 4,000 new users via Mobile and Desktop browsers where there is renowned interest from smaller towns and villages for dating in India.
Elated with the achievement, Mr. Ravi Mittal, Founder of QuackQuack stated that “We are humbled with the response received from the Indian users. We started off as a desi home grown dating platform for Indian singles and today we have our own small community which is 10 million strong”
“Our constant efforts have always been towards keeping the platform relevant for new age audiences and making it as interactive as possible” – He further adds.
On this occasion, QuackQuack asked its users about the intimacy factor on their first date as they have been waiting to meet their love interests owing to lockdown and social distancing and the answers were interesting. It was found out that about 66% of men would consider having sex on their first date if the situation is soothing while only 20% of women would like to explore having sex on their first encounter, depending on the date and situation.
On the other hand, 80% women have straight away declined the possibilities of sex on their first date while 22% men were also against it. Interestingly, 11% men are comfortable in having sexual encounters on their first date itself.
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!