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Truly Madly, which launched its Android app in August last year and received close to 1.5 million downloads, claims 35% of its users are women.ek Coffee says that for every two women, there are three men on its app.Like Kapoor, a staggering half-a-million urban working women are tapping on these dating apps, executives running these apps claim.
"When these women write to us, they always seem to mention that traditional matrimonial sites have stopped working for them and hence they are looking towards other unconventional means of finding urban, qualified single men to interact with," says Anushri Thanedar, cofounder of ek Coffee."There is a stated intend when someone signs up on marriage sites like ours (Bharatmatrimony.) They are there to seriously look for life partners," says Murugavel Janakiraman, founder and CEO of Given their large women clientele, app makers stress that they are going the extra mile to protect their privacy.Justin Lehmiller,a social psychologist in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University in his blog, the Psychology of Human Sexuality.Based on the findings, AYI Director of Product Insights, Josh Fischer, says men will get more online dating responses if they don’t confine themselves to only connecting with younger women, and women should continue to initiate contact with men they think they will like–especially if they’re younger.