DesiCrush has been developed to bridge the gap between traditional matrimonial and contemporary dating services.
McLean, Virginia (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
DesiCrush is transforming the South Asian online dating world by introducing a new mobile application for Android and Apple platforms. Revolutionizing the traditional matrimonial approach, DesiCrush allows users to engage using a sleek interface available on Google Play, App Store, Facebook and the web. It’s free to join and connect with other members.
"We are modernizing the indian dating market by allowing users to "Crush" on each other and if there is mutual interest, both parties can engage in conversation. It is extremely exciting to know that our application has been embraced by mobile users throughout India and the United States," said Jay Chahil, founder of DesiCrush.
The DesiCrush approach is simple:
- Use the "Crushes" feature to quickly view and show interest in randomly selected users
- Send messages inside the app to chat with mutual crushes
- Search and find members by location, religion and other cultural/ethnic criteria
- Easily find members nearby using integrated GPS capabilities
- Seamlessly register or quickly connect via Facebook
In order to continue growing the user base, DesiCrush is also launching events in metropolitan areas. The organization will host the “Official Launch Party” on February 13, 2014 at Mad Rose Tavern in Arlington, Virginia in order to celebrate the new release of the application.
Launched specifically in the United States and India, the company plans to expand into the United Kingdom, Canada and other exciting global destinations.
DesiCrush, Inc. was founded in 2004 with a core purpose – leverage technology to deliver a modern spin on the matchmaking experience for South Asians worldwide. The company considers itself to be "disruptive technology" as it's looking to introduce the concept of dating vs the traditional matrimonial approach in India. The company has created applications across multiple platforms including web, Android, Apple and Facebook.