American geo-social networking and online dating application, Tinder adds the much-awaited in-app video calling feature for enriching its users’ chatting and dating experience on the app. “Face to Face” calling feature will enable users to make a video call to their prospective connections on the Tinder app itself instead of shifting to other social networking applications for a better dating experience.
This amazing feature is supposedly rolling out for users residing across countries like the US, UK, Australia, Spain, Brazil, Indonesia, France, Italy, Vietnam, Taiwan, Korea, Peru, Thailand, and Chile. However, the company is yet to announce exact timeline for announcing the roll out of this video calling feature.
A spokesperson from Tinder earlier announced that the company will initially roll out new “Face to Face” feature on its online dating platform for Android and iOS users in selective countries only. However, due to certain changes in the company’s plans, now this calling feature will be systematically rolled out for Tinder users globally.
The approval of both the parties to a conversation will be required to initiate a Face to Face video call. The motive behind introducing this video calling feature was to simplify dating experience for users who are unable to step out of their homes owing to this ongoing pandemic. Checkout, Best Dating Mobile App Development In USA.
The makers have estimated the risks associated with this upcoming feature and give the liberty to its users to take use of the Report option for reporting a match that behaves inappropriately.
For ensuring users’ privacy, the company have provided an option to unlock the feature to all its users. Your connections cannot just straight away direct a face to face video call unless you don’t unlock the feature for a particular connection.
With the roll out of this unique feature worldwide, Tinder plans to cater to a large number of targeted users in the nearing time.
Tinder is happily rolling out the long-awaited video calling feature for its users to make video calls to their potential partners from the Tinder app itself instead of moving to other applications for a better experience.