CNN Business) The global coronavirus pandemic has made it harder for people to go on dates in the real world, which has given rise to a new normal : video dating. On Wednesday, Tinder, which has been downloaded more than 340 million times, said it would begin testing its new “Face to Face” video feature within the app in Virginia, Illinois, Georgia and Colorado, as well as in a dozen other countries, including Australia, France, South Korea and Chile. […] If both parties say they are ready to video chat, the function will be unlocked within the chat. […] “?No one should be put in the corner when it comes to getting to know a match,” said Tinder in a blog post about the feature. […] Tinder said that for now, while testing the feature, it does not plan to record or archive video conversations.
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