More so, at various levels you need to make in-app purchases, like they want you to bribe them to get back a better match or so. This is another app that unabashedly boasts of a 'Made for Indians' tagline.
b) The Friendship Club may be quite new and looking to build their database of members.
It is also important that when joining friendship clubs, to avoid a high percentage of spam, do check that the friendship clubs do not reveal your email address to third parties.
Try an anonymous service for finding people like New Friends4U.com, which does not reveal or sell your email address to any third party.
This app screens all your social profiles on other dating apps - taking a hint of what mischief you've been up to.
Taking cues from your online profiles it only allows single people to jump in its pool of possible matches.
What makes this app quite aggravating is the fact it randomly searches for potential matches - it can be both boy and girls, and it also searches for people who 8 out of 10 times turn up to be much younger than you. Here's another made-in-India app that is doing quite the rounds these days.
The app appears to be the most genuine and filtered amongst the growing plethora of dating apps out there.
It then finds you possible matches, or dates if you please to call them, in the proximity of your location.