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Woo launches brand films highlighting what women want


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Woo, a dating app for urban singles, launched its brand films that are based on women insights.
In today's fast-paced times, women have become more educated, outgoing and confident, so their needs have evolved as well. Woo understands that they look for a safe way to discover new people with ease, based on data collected from a survey of 1,000 women in tier I and II cities across India, the company said in a press statement.
Woo has come up with two key features - Woo Hide and Woo Phone, that empower the women and make sure their privacy is always taken care of and with these features the brand establishes the posting - a dating app that women love.
Woo Phone, Woo's new feature is a notable effort in furthering that trend. The feature enables women to call their matched profiles from within the app without revealing their phone numbers. The unique calling feature is exclusively available to women on Woo.
Woo takes a design thinking approach to the current problems users face on dating apps, such as users being forced to 'like' or 'dislike' every profile or the problem of conversations fizzling out. Its feature Woo Hide allows women to browse profiles in 'incognito' mode. They can see men, but only the men they've liked will be able to see them back.
"Woo acknowledges the 'gut feeling' every woman has and fully supports that instinctive belief, 'you know when it's right.' The two short videos neatly deliver the message that women always make smart, confident choices, by choosing the 'right guy' themselves, facilitated with Woo's safety features, Woo Hide and Woo Calling," said Sumesh Menon, CEO, and Co-founder of Woo. The films have been produced by J. A. Productions. (This story is provided by NewsVoir) (ANI)

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First Published: Mar 12 2019 | 6:44 PM IST

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