In this fast paced life, where we often don't even get a chance to sit down and catch our breath, it comes as no surprise when people prefer spending their evenings in front of the TV with a big bowl of popcorns and soft-drink rather than going out and wasting time in meeting new people. Adding some spice to these otherwise monotonous,dull evenings is QuackQuack, a Hyderabad based online dating platform available for use by singles across India.

Ravi Mittal, a serial entreprenuer, who started working from the age of 16, founded QuackQuack.in with an aim of helping genuine Indian singles meet each other.

Online dating has always been a strict no-no for a lot of Indian singles because of the fear of security and genuinity involved. Mittal has taken all these concerns into consideration while designing QuackQuack.in. Unlike most of the online dating apps and website currently available in the market right now, this one is not a clone of the much famous international dating site Tinder.

The site which already has over 830,000 users on board with over 1.41 million chats exchanged every month has adopted various security measures in order to make sure that the users find QuackQuack.in safe and comfortable to use. For example, all the photos and content is first approved by the site's moderation team, so the chances of finding indecent photos and content is almost nil. Further, in order to make its Female user base feel more secure using the platform, they proactively block any kind of spam and abuse when someone chats or messages.

The currently bootstrapped startup which is now looking for funds has special algorithms to detect abuse and spam messages, which are then flagged for their moderators to take action. Every new sing-up has to verify his/her mobile number while signing up at the website. They also have Facebook verification to verify users and ensure safety and security.

The startup plans to have a huge network of 500,000 users by the end of 2015 and complete 500,000 downloads for their Android app.

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