New Delhi: The France-based extramarital courting app Gleeden on Monday introduced it has achieved 10 million customers worldwide, out of which 2 million customers alone come from India, which grew by 11 per cent from September 2022.
The corporate stated the vast majority of new subscribers (66 per cent) come from Tier 1 cities, with the rest (44 per cent) coming from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities.
“India is a country that whilst worshipping marriages and monogamy, keeps growing as far as subscribers on the app. 2022 alone brought us + 18 per cent new users, which went from 1.7 million in December 2021 to the current 2+ million,” Sybil Shiddell, Nation Supervisor India for Gleeden, stated in an announcement.
Being particularly designed for married individuals, the rise in Indian customers on Gleeden displays how the normal ideas of monogamy are progressively altering within the nation — quite a lot of which can even be consensual, in response to the corporate.
The corporate stated that a lot of the Indian customers on Gleeden come from a excessive socio-economic atmosphere.
Each women and men are professionals like engineers, entrepreneurs, consultants, managers, executives, and physicians and in addition embody a excessive variety of housewives.
As for age, males are principally 30+ whereas girls are 26+.
The corporate additionally talked about that the app is designed to be further protected for girls and thus in 2023 stands at 40 per cent feminine customers as in comparison with 60 per cent male customers.