"There are 1.2 billion disabled people in the world," Srinivasan says."We needed to move to technology to create a bigger impact." " data-credit-provider="custom type" data-caption="Inclov's Srinivasan with Anu Multani and Imran Garana, on the day of their marriage." src="https://mshcdn.com/oqw KQ5KWF75t F1it0cgept A8NQY=/fit-in/1200x9600/https://blueprint-api-production.s3.amazonaws.com/uploads/card/image/136883/IMG-20160513-WA0015.jpg" data-fragment="m!For Multani, Inclov's transparency was especially useful.Many of the users were people she had met during her tours as a rifle shooter.A talkback service reads out every feature and image on the app.
In January, Multani, a rifle shooter and a model, unexpectedly encountered someone she liked online.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.Inclov also plans to integrate video calling for sign language and voice notes in the future.Inclov is trying to create a community of users by partnering with nonprofits working in the field of disability.