QuackQuack Downloaded More Times Than Tinder And Bumble This Valentine’s Day

QuackQuack was downloaded more time in India this Valentine’s Day than their international counterparts Tinder and Bumble.

AppTweak, software used by leading brands including Amazon and Adobe to calculate app growth, has released a list of the top ten dating apps with the highest downloads on India.

During the period between February 1st and 15th, QuackQuack was downloaded an average of 16,000 daily downloads, compared to Tinder which achieved an average of 15,500 daily downloads, with Bumble taking 13,500.

The report also mentioned that Tinder is slowly losing ground in India at the cost of QuackQuack and Bumble. During the past 6 months, QuackQuack received an average of 14.9k downloads, an increase of almost 40 percent, while Bumble downloads grew by 60.8 percent. 

Sharing his views Karan Lakhwani, Head of Business Development India, AppTweak says, “Top dating apps in India have seen a 7 percent, YoY growth over the last 3 years with spikes in downloads of over 20 percent, during the lockdown. Consumer spending on dating apps has seen steady growth. Capturing the dating apps space in a diverse country like India is challenging. At AppTweak, we see QuackQuack, leveraging local insights and user search trends to their advantage, and it is working for their target market.”

Luke Smith

Luke is the Editor for Global Dating Insights. Originally from London, he achieved a BA in Journalism from De Montfort University, Leicester. An experienced content writer, he enjoys a variety of sports, with a keen passion for his football team, Fulham FC.

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