Are you sick and tired of going to every concert happening in Greater Noida, in search of a hookup?
Have you wasted enough money on every 'drink of the week' at that swanky bar in the club, thinking you might be able to strike a conversation with one of those pretty ladies? You don't have to do that anymore, in order to particularly find love! Download these apps and try travailing here - at least you wouldn't be burning your hard earned money!
For generations, the terms 'casual sex' and 'hook-up' were taboo, but Tinder has inspired a whole set of Indian dating platforms to bandy the words about.
When it made its foray, Tinder's competition was matrimonial websites Bharat Matrimony and Shaadi, but over the last four years, home-bred apps like Truly Madly, Woo and Aisle have thrown their hat into the ring to change the way young Indians meet.
"The thrill of chatting with someone without knowing anything about them was new," she says.
The app was Tinder, which entered India in 2012 to help millennials old quest for love.
Then you just go sifting through the endless matches (we doubt half of them are real profiles) this app shows.
You swipe for Hot, for those who appeal to the eye, and swipe for X, for those who look blah!
However, with a lot of word-of-mouth and possible goodwill travelling from other countries, the app has seen an ocean of people jump onto it.
Thus, to find a possible match has become quite a task, as there are endless profiles you come across on this platform.
You can also get matches based on your interests synced from Facebook or Linked In.
Oh, and users can also make use of 'velfies' or video selfies to be a little more descriptive about themselves.
Just following Tinder's model of offering matches based on location won't work in India because of the cultural differences, says Sachin Bhatia, who launched Truly-Madly on Valentine's Day in 2014.