He: I was also the carom king of my college :)She: Ha ha (number)How do I love thee? I love thee to the level of every day's most quiet need. And that amounts to a roughly billion worldwide market. And India is among its top five growing markets, the largest in Asia, attracting over 14 million swipes each day from young, savvy 19- to 25-year-old Indians, according to Taru Kapoor, India head, Tinder Inc. Nearly six per cent of web users currently use a dating app, according to research firm Global Web Index.
Although a lot of girls share profiles of men with friends and keep them informed about who they are dating and where. Single and new to a city, she has taken to dating apps to perk up her social life. Hanging out is just on the basis of physical attraction, either as Friends With Benefits or for casual sex. "In the West, dating means a romantic plan with another person or maybe courtship. " The Indian youth are aware of the dangers and dichotomy of their new exciting game. My parents don't know," says Anusha Nayar, a 24-year-old PR professional from Chennai, who has recently shifted out of Delhi. "And even if many of them don't marry but just mingle with the other sex, or ultimately follow the tried-and-tested route of arranged marriage, what happens to the precious ideas of virginity and chastity? If love is humanity's oldest question, what makes the heart go pit-a-pat in the second decade of the 21st century is a device that can fit into your pocket, connect to the wonderful World Wide Web through a bit of disruptive technology called mobile internet, download a myriad of computer programs-apps or applications-deliver a wealth of real-time services, depending on where you are and what you want: say, hail a taxi, shop online and, yes, match you to a partner of your choice.But they just couldn't think of a name that would describe what they had in mind.The floodgates have opened, but can the business of dating apps manage to generate a profit?