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This is why it feels wrong to let him know that you actually enjoy having the penthouse apartment to yourself.4.They're not looking for casual flings."But it's this perception that he believes can also help apps like Woo and other platforms launched in India, to do well here.The catch is that users have heard about Tinder, and not about most of the Indian apps."I like the idea of Tinder," says Nupur Yadav, a Delhi-based lawyer. There's a fair amount of conversations coming in, but I've not met a single person through the app."Yadav, who is 32, says that her parents used to keep trying to talk her into an arranged marriage, and created an account for her on Bharat Matrimony five years ago."They were on the topic for maybe a decade, and they gave it a good solid go online for maybe three years," she says, "before they sort of got tired.” and “What do you spend a lot of time thinking about?”) but also lets you rate how important a potential match’s answers to those same questions are.