They must also provide their age, hobbies and profession.Srinivasan explains that these categories were chosen after a survey of 300 people with disabilities across India.A talkback service reads out every feature and image on the app.Users who are unable to swipe can type to switch screens, and use a bottom path with icons, home notifications and filters.For safety, even after a user accepts a friend request, the app doesn't display phone numbers or email IDs.It is up to the users to take the conversation forward.Once a user downloads the app, they are asked to verify their identity.To ensure transparency, all users have to share details about their disability ("physical, mental, learning") or health disorder, the medical assistance they require, any cure, and their level of independence.
Through Inclov, we hope to give them a chance to meet others." While some of India's traditional matrimonial websites offer matchmaking for users with disabilities, Inclov has an emphasis on including details of each user's disability to ensure transparency from the beginning.
"There are 1.2 billion disabled people in the world," Srinivasan says.
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"It was easy to see and check other profiles and chat," Multani says.
"Even people without disabilities can use the app, if they think that they can sympathise with and care for those with disabilities," Multani says.