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Tinder's video chat is now rolling out globally

The feature was first tested in a few markets such as Brazil, Peru and Chile

Face to Face feature. Image: Tinder/Courtesy
  • Face to Face is an opt-in-only feature that allows users video chat in an 1-1 without exchanging personal data;
  • Tinder said that half of the Gen Z members in the US used video dates with a match off Tinder.

The American dating app Tinder announced that the video chat in its app (that was in tests in markets such as Brazil, Peru and Chile) is now rolling out worldwide. Face to Face is an opt-in-only feature that allows users video chat in an 1-1 without exchanging personal data.

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“We recently surveyed our members in the US, and half of them have had video dates with a match off Tinder in the past month. Not only that, but 40 percent of Gen Z members wanted to continue using video as a way to decide whether to meet IRL in the future – even once their favorite date spot is open again,” said the company in a press release, when announced the testing of the video feature.

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