Want a Tinder match? Here's the list of most right-swiped neighbourhoods in Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad.

Koramangala Alwarpet Banjara Hills Tinder reveals best places to get a match
news Social Friday, October 19, 2018 - 16:41

Are you tired of waiting for someone to swipe right on Tinder in Bengaluru? Maybe moving to either Koramangala or Whitefield could help you. 

This, according to analytics data revealed by Tinder after it released 'Swipe Scoreboard' which lists localities in major Indian cities that are favourable to users of the dating application.

The data revealed that users of the application in Koramangala, Whitefield, HSR Layout, Jayanagar, Kalyan Nagar and JP Nagar get the highest number of right swipes (likes).

Tinder is a location-based application that allows users to like (swipe right) or dislike (swipe left) other users. If both parties swipe right, it allows the two users to chat with each other through the application. 

Tinder analysed its users between August and September in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. The localities in each of these cities were ranked on the basis of highest number of right swipes as opposed to overall swipes in the area. 

In Hyderabad, you are more likely to find a match in Banjara Hills and Madhapur, according to Tinder’s data. Also on the list compiled from the city were areas like HITEC City, Gachibowli, Secunderabad, Jubilee Hills and Khairatabad.

Meanwhile in Chennai, Nungambakkam and Alwarpet were found to be the areas with the highest number of right swipes, followed by Guindy, Velachery, Perungudi, Purasawalkam, Thiruvanmiyur and Royapuram.

The data also showed that Andheri West and Bandra West, considered upscale areas in Mumbai, were the areas with the highest right swipes and Saket and Greater Kailash were similarly ranked highest in Delhi-NCR. Koregaon Park in Pune and Ballygunge in Kolkata were also found to be similarly popular.

Earlier in the year, Tinder revealed that the most popular right-swiped jobs for men were pilot and actor while for women, it was engineer and accountant.

The Wall Street Journal had earlier reported that the dating application was wildly popular in India and that there are many more male users than female

The application recently released a new feature this year putting women in control of sending the first message to a match. 

So, the next time you think that you have found the perfect match, maybe you should pay attention to the area you are in.

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