Facebook official dating platform launches in 20 countries


Social media giant company, Facebook have now entered into the dating market. The company launches its new dating platform called “Dating”.

There are couples of dating apps available in the market currently which the new app will be competing with

Signing up is pretty easy on Dating for Facebook users. Recommended people on the “Dating” platform will be suggested to you, just like how Facebook works. You’re free to message or like anybody’s profile. But in order to prevent you from bugging, disturbing or stalking people, Facebook has a list of features put in place.

Stories are a norm now on social media and Dating joins the gang. You can upload stories (either picture or video) to your profile or import the ones you upload on Facebook.

By the end of the year, you’ll be able to import from Instagram. This Dating platform is set to rival the likes of Tinder when it comes to online dating.

There is a feature called “Secret Crush” on Dating, this feature allows you to add people you have a crush on to a list. The person will get a notification that they have been added to your Secret Crush list. I wonder what’s the secret if the person gets a notification about the so-called ‘secret’ crush list.

Countries where Facebook Dating are Available

Facebook Dating makes its debut in the following 20 countries;

  1. Ecuador
  2. Guyana
  3. Laos
  4. Malaysia
  5. Mexico
  6. Paraguay
  7. Peru
  8. the Philippines
  9. Singapore
  10. Argentina
  11. Bolivia
  12. Brazil
  13. Canada
  14. Chile
  15. Columbia
  16. Suriname
  17. Thailand
  18. Uruguay
  19. Vietnam
  20. The United States.

European and African countries will have to wait until early 2020 according to Facebook.

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1 Comment
  1. Busytape says

    Mark is always working hard to change the world in his own little way. This project complements Facebook in a very big way and more kudos to him

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