A user logs in through Facebook and then fills up his profile through a series of questions.The reason for completing your profile is to help the platform find ideal matches for you.Also, it is not on i OS, hence I haven’t used it on my mobile. It has positioned itself excellently among young educated Indians though I haven’t encountered likeminded girls here.Plus, showing only 10 people every day is irritating. A user signs up using Facebook and can see likeminded individuals based on Facebook likes.It asks questions related to demographic profile, taste related to music, sports and fitness, cuisine etc. While a monthly access pass is for Rs 250, quarterly and annual pass costs are Rs 550 and Rs 1500 respectively. It also ensures another way of monetisation for the app promoters. First, there is no privacy since you can message anyone.Woo worked flawlessly and all the integrations were very smooth. Second, there is some weird system of showing matches every time.
The profile of users is very good and you won’t encounter random people on this platform.
It’s a very small number and I never felt like hooking on to use it. While Tinder works flawlessly as per the set criteria (gender, age, distance), Thrill still has a long way to go. Woo, on the other hand, asks you to complete your profile to get more accurate results.
It marked only 20 per cent of my profile as completed after fetching details from Facebook.
Unlike other dating platforms wherein you may be able to see more than 100 people a day, Trulymadly shows only 10.
It will ask you to come back to see a new set of matches.