QuackQuack has reached 20 million users in India, recording over 10 million downloads in the last year.
The app is seeing significant national popularity, with over 21 million chats last month, 1.2 million matches in the past year, and 34,000 new photos uploaded everyday. New statistics show the app also has a growing presence in the country’s northeastern states including Assam, Tripura and Manipur.
To celebrate this milestone, the app is running a publicity campaign featuring Bollywood star Aahana Kumra that looks to reach new and existing users in larger Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities, as well as build foundations in smaller suburbs.
The dating platform prides itself on its simplicity, aiming to match individuals with similar interests and get them talking using Waves, ready-made one liners.
“We are delighted to witness the consistent advance of our app. There’s no greater pride than seeing people trust and choose your venture, whether it is to find the perfect match or genuine companionship”, says Ravi Mittal, QuackQuack’s Founder and CEO.
“There are still so many untapped opportunities in this field. We are working on designing a more simplified UI to make navigation easier for our users from smaller cities”, he shared.
Looking at new features, Mittal highlights “We also plan to expand our footprint with more distinctive elements like games, where two people can match and play it together, all the while connecting on a more personal level. We are also working on another new feature, random chat, where two users can randomly connect over a chat for 60 seconds, allowing them to exchange greetings and make an impression.”