Here is how to use Tinder’s Face-to-Face feature
Tinder is expanding its in-app video chat feature globally for all users. After testing the feature in multiple countries, the popular dating app is now globally rolling out its ‘Face to Face’ feature that lets users video call each other through the app itself. Users can video call potential partners without having to rely on a third-party video service or share other contact details. The Face to Face feature will only work if both the parties have opted in.
Announced earlier this year, the Face-to-Face feature was initially available only to iOS and Android devices in select markets, but is rolling out for users across the world now, as per reports. Tinder’s Face-to-Face feature is rolling out to cities across the US and UK, along with Brazil, Australia, Spain, Italy, France, Vietnam, Indonesia, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Peru and Chile, and the exact timeline for reaching other markets has not been announced yet. Gadgets 360 reached out to Tinder India to learn about the feature’s availability in the country, and we will update this copy upon getting more clarity.
Tinder’s new Face-To-Face video chat feature aims to make dating from home simpler. It is a helpful feature especially during the pandemic, with meeting people often coming with an added risk.
This otherwise interesting feature does come with the risk of it being misused. Users can report a match if needed by navigating to the match’s profile and scrolling down to click on Report. They can then follow instructions given on the screen…..Read More>>