Tinder launches ‘Face to Face’ video calls – Daily Mail
Tinder launches ‘Face to Face’ video chats in the UK allowing users stuck in lockdown to go on virtual dates with people they have matched with
- After two users match on the app they are not yet able to video call
- After talking and cultivating a rapport, they each have the option to opt-in
- When both people enable video calls for a conversation, the feature goes live
- Both parties are shown guidelines and any misconduct can be reported, potentially leading to a person;s account being removed
Locked down singles in Britain looking for love on Tinder, one of the world’s most popular dating apps, can now video chat with their matches.
Tinder had announced it is rolling out its ‘Face to Face’ feature to its global customer base today.
To prevent creeps and weirdos exploiting the feature to berate or harass their matches, video calling only becomes available when both parties opt in.
It is designed to be used to compliment and boost conversation once a spark has been established.
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