The dating app Tinder has just announced a trial of its Face-to-Face video calling feature, to make it easier for couples to exchange information.
The Face to Face feature is started testing for several Tinder users in the US, Brazil, Australia, Spain, Italy, France, Peru, Chile, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand
Tinder says this feature was built by the company’s Product Safety and Trust team, because safety is a priority, and Tinder understands that to meet and call a complete stranger, a certain level of control and comfort is required.
Tinder also said the company has adjusted this feature so it stands out from the usual video calling experience, and that users will never have to worry about unwanted calls.
“Face-to-face connectivity has become more important than ever and our video calling feature also presents a new way for people to get to know each other in the app, regardless of geographical distance.” , Said Rory Kozoll, Tinder’s Product Safety, and Trust team.
Tinder also shared that the company will control the ability to call only when two people “Like” each other. Therefore, Face to Face will be activated only when two people agree. In addition, users can also disable the feature at any time if feeling uncomfortable.
After the Face to Face feature is turned on, every caller must agree to the basic rules otherwise the video call will lock itself, especially those related to nudity or pornography. lewd.