It’s available on Apple and Android operating systems.
The free app is very much like Facebook in the way it works: It lets you email, chat, create full length profiles and browse profiles.
It matches you with people who share your interests, profession and even friends.
Woo has a strict screening process and only allows single people to sign up in an attempt to keep things ‘serious’ and weed out fake profiles.
No part of it may be copied or printed or translated without written permission from the author. In India, instruction on these matters is usually not given either by parents to their children or by pastors to their young people.
And yet what ignorance prevails about the real purpose of these gifts of God to mankind.
Users are given a Trust score – the higher the score, the more often you get recommended to members.
For further details, please contact: [email protected] or Christian Fellowship Church, 40, Da Costa Square, Wheeler Road Extension, Bangalore-560084, India. As a result, young people obtain their information in perverted forms from the "gutter".
It was the first dating app to take the country by storm, causing groups of adults to huddle over their phones even more than before.
It was the perfect answer to people’s dating woes, if you don’t mind making a snap judgment about a person based on just a photo.
The app claims to have made over 10,000 matches since it launched in July 2014.