"Meet7 handles thousands of members"
The outbreak of Covid-19 has changed the dating game for many Indians looking for love.
As a result of the pandemic, dating has quickly shifted online to reduce social interaction.
Due to social isolation being the new normal, single Indians now have little interest in face to face meetings.
Therefore, a new speed dating platform is revolutionising India’s dating scene.
As the use of technology continues to surge, Meet7 is an online platform for Indians to speed date online with low risks.
The platform also has no gender bias, and provides equal opportunities for everyone.
Meet7 allows seven potential partners to meet each other online for seven minutes each.
During this meeting, the participants have 100% control of the information they share.
All profiles are verified by technicians before they go live on the dating platform. Additionally, none of these profiles are available in the public domain.
Meet7 has put these measures in place to tackle catfishing, stalking and fake profiles.
As well as this, these steps will help implement 100% transparency and 100% privacy.
Therefore, Meet7 has been declared the safest platform for virtual dating.
Speaking of the speed dating platform, Saurabh Awasthi, Meet7’s founder, said:
“It took a few months for the users to know the features of Meet7.
“A lot of prospective users visited our website and connected with our call centre to know what is Meet7, how it works, how do events work (videos are available on the website) before they download the app from either the App Store or the Play Store.
“But now, Meet7 handles thousands of members on a daily basis and they trust us to introduce them to new members who are authentic.
“We are dedicated and excited to build an application for today which uses updated technology and safety measures to give the best in the market services while meeting the demands of young daters.”
India’s dating scene is evolving quickly due to the pandemic, with more people turning to apps to find love.
Dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble, QuackQuack and OkCupid are revolutionising the dating scene in India.
Online communication has become the new normal, which has led to a 25% surge in users signing up for dating apps.
Therefore, apps such as Tinder, Aisle and OkCupid are looking at new, innovative ways to cater for the growing market.