Asia’s Tinder is quickly and quietly increasing in Asia

Asia’s Tinder is quickly and quietly increasing in Asia

American dating apps are making a splash in Asia, but A chinese brand name working mostly beneath the radar is near at their heels.

China’s favourite app that is dating now the fifth-most popular in India by mixed month-to-month active users on iOS and Android os phones, in line with the analytics company App Annie.

In May 2018, Tantan didn’t feature on the list of top ten, but zoomed towards the 4th place by July. This has since slid one spot after the launch of US-based Bumble in data from App Annie shows december.

Top dating apps in India
(as on May 2018) (as on March 2019)
1. Tinder 1. Tinder
2. Happn 2. Happn
3. Azar 3. Azar
4. Badoo 4. Bumble
5. OkCupid 5. Tantan

Pronounced tan-tan as in “sun tan,” Tantan translates in Mandarin to “talk.” Launched in 2014, the software bears a top resemblance to the US’s Tinder, and had been obtained by the Chinese social networking Momo in February 2018. Continue reading “Asia’s Tinder is quickly and quietly increasing in Asia”