AFAQS - Though the end goal is the same - to find a partner, maybe get married, Indian and international dating apps are positioned distinctly. When it comes to advertising and marketing messages, Tinder and Bumble focus on the fine nuances of relationships, such as compatibility and consent. Whereas local dating apps like QuackQuack and Aisle have simpler messaging - focussing on finding a life partner. Aisle takes cheeky digs at Tinder and Bumble in its campaigns that highlight that it is not a 'casual' app at all. Tinder and Bumble tend to focus more on urban audiences. A Tier-II or III audience may not even understand the ads. 70% of QuackQuack's users now come from Tier-II and III cities, and there's an 11% increase in the app's female user base. The company has been around for 12 years now but, thanks to the smartphone boom and cheaper Internet access, it has added 10M users over the last two years alone.