HINDUSTANTIMES - Feb 14 - 2M people are on TrulyMadly, hoping to find a partner. There are many who are on the lookout for a casual relationship, a one-night-stand, or maybe to date for a few months. Less than a decade ago, this was unheard of and people usually met in a social environment or at the workplace. Dating apps like TM, Woo and Tinder are bringing about a tech-revolution of sorts in the world of dating. "We are not promising or helping find love, we are making people meet. Close to 80% of the singles on our app is in the age group of 18-26," said Sachin Bhatia, co-founder and CEO of TM. India has 250M singles according to recent census data. Since 2001, the number of unmarried women between the age of 20 and 29 years has gone up by 60%. Marriage is not the priority anymore, and the millennial generation wants to be with someone they know or are in love with and with people that share their interests, hobbies and profession. "Youngsters are not so much driven by the social fabric; they don't want to outsource their relation to parents," Sumesh Menon, co-founder and CEO of Woo, which too boasts of 2M users. Both Woo and TM claim to be for serious relationships and for singles.