The new and updated feature of Hinge gives users topics to discuss to help them decide whether a match is date-worthy.
Hinge has launched its all new feature that’ll make it easier to gauge the viability of matches before you invest the time and energy required by going on an actual date. It’s called “Video Prompts,” this feature allows matches to join a video call and swipe through a list of conversation starters that will help users get to know one another and check potential deal-breakers before it’s too late.
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In related to the article of Input, Hinge’s Video Prompts include not just questions, but in some instances, interactive prompts that will definitely send its users on mini scavenger hunts around their homes. It brings out some immediate closeness where you otherwise might not have thought to bring up certain topics.
During the COVID-19 pandemic the virtual dating app have become popular, with most of the largest apps adapting to the situation with in-app video chat functions so matches can advance their romance if they don’t feel comfortable meeting in person just yet.
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Last year, Hinge added another tool “Date from Home” that allows its users to indicate whether or not they’re ready for a virtual date; if both agree, they’ll be notified that they should hop on a call.
Wasting energy, money and time is definitely not a good way to find your soulmate and Hinge’s strategy is definitely catchy for those who would like to try their luck.
Hinge is fully owned by Match Group, a conglomerate of dating services that also includes Tinder, OkCupid, and several others. Despite (or perhaps because of) stay-at-home orders, Match saw its revenue grow 17 percent over the prior year to $2.39 billion.
FAD OR FUTURE?
Although lockdowns are being lifted in certain parts of the world, Hinge believes that virtual dates are a trend that’s here to stay. Virtual dating lowers the stakes and gives users more ways to vet matches before investing too much time in them.
A recent survey made by Hinge found that 65 percent of users who have been on a video date plan to continue using the format post-pandemic.
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