Advancing its plan to implement popular dating applications such as Tinder and Bumble, Facebook has announced the expansion of its dating capability test to two new countries (Canada and Thailand).
It is well known that Facebook has developed a dating application using a huge amount of user data that potentially has access to it. The data proved that the California-based company has roughly 2,27 billion active users in the third quarter of 2018.
In the Economy Times report, the "Facebook Dating" service test was first launched in September in Colombia. This feature included groups and activities and user integration on the social networking platform, with the intention of encouraging people to move from virtual space to real-life interactions.
And citing a report from Verge, the ET article has a new feature on board this time. This feature is called izin Second View tekrar and allows users to review a previous decision. It can now pause the pairing if they are no longer up to date.
Facebook hopes to expand its user base using the new friendship feature. In the report, the test feature is currently free for users aged 18 and over, and can be used without any advertising or premium features.