Facebook has launched a dating app in 50 countries

Facebook has launched a dating app in 50 countries

 Facebook has brought its own dating app. The company has unveiled its new dating app in Europe.

Facebook's new app will compete with apps like Tinder, OkCupid, and Happen. According to The Verge, the Facebook dating app has been made public in about 50 countries in Europe.

The company wanted to make the dating app public on February 14 this year, Valentine's Day. But the launch of the app has been delayed due to the Coronavirus epidemic.

The Facebook dating app had already been made public in the US.

What's in it

According to the information received, matching is done according to the user's interest in the Facebook dating app. Facebook's Active and Interests and Dislikes will be used to suggest appropriate matches to users.

Facebook's dating app will only be available in the mobile version. Users will also be able to use their Instagram and Facebook photos on their profile or timeline.

Users will also be able to use Instagram Story to impress their date. Besides, Facebook dating will have a feature like Messenger, which will be used for chatting.

According to a recent report by App Annie, most of the money is spent on dating apps worldwide. Users are not stingy in spending money on these apps.

There is more focus on this segment of Facebook. Facebook has made this app public as per its plan to increase users and revenue.