Adding to its plan of taking the popular dating applications such as Tinder and Bumble, Facebook has announced expanding its dating feature test to two new countries – Canada and Thailand.
It's known that Facebook has been developing a dating app using the huge amount of consumer data that the platform can use. The data is certified by the fact that a California company has some 2.27 billion active users during the third quarter of 2018, a study by Statista reveals.
The service test started Facebook & # 39; in Colombia in September, said the Economics Times report. The feature included integrating users with Groups and Events on the social networking platform with the idea to encourage people to move on to interact real life from the virtual territory.
And, stating a report from The Verge, says the article ET, there is a new feature on this board. The feature is called a Second Look & # 39; and allows users to reconsider a previous decision. One can also break correspondingly in case they are no longer looking up to date.
Facebook hopes to expand its user base with the new dating feature. The test feature is now available for users aged 18 and over, free of charge and with no advertisements or premium features, the report adds.