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QuackQuack Announes That Women Users On QuackQuack Grew By 30% Post The Pandemic

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50% of women are not excited about meeting their mutual matches during the pandemic

 

 

QuackQuack a leading dating app, today announced that they have been witnessing a 30% surge in their women user base across India.

 

 

The platform has been experiencing an 80% surge in their user base and a 20% hike in their revenues since the lockdown. The dating app recently reached over 10 million Indian users and their cost per user acquisition has also come down by 20-30%.

 

 

The platform witnessed the surge in women users all across the country with Delhi NCR being the most active with 9.98% women users, Mumbai with 6%, Bangalore with 4.15% and Hyderabad with 3.36% are the other top cities with active women users.

 

 

The new women user base also saw their active participation on the dating app as on average a female user logins 26 times a day into their profile when compared to 20 times in a day by men. It has also been noticed that female users from Bangalore and Hyderabad like more profiles on an average when compared to other metro cities.  Among tier 2 cities, women users from Ahmedabad and Nagpur like more profiles than other tier 2 cities.

 

 

QuackQuack also conducted a survey across 2000 of their newly joined users and found out that Chivalry still exists among the millennial crowd as to the question ‘Who should pay on the first date?’, a majority 73% of women want to split the bill on the first date, while 60% men don’t mind paying the bill on their first date showing the courteous gesture each wants to extend on a first date.

 

 

Also, it was interestingly found out that women on QuackQuack are being extra cautious as about 50% of them are not excited about meeting their mutual matches during the pandemic. Men on the other hand are willing to take the risk as 42% of them are willing to meet their counterparts if they agree to do so. Mutually about 30% of the couples are interested in growing their relationship over online chats & calls and will wait for the pandemic to mellow down for their first meeting to take place.

 

 

 

New Delhi 4th September, 2020




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