Online dating is becoming increasingly common in this new age even though it has been there for some time now, more people in this era of social media dominance are finding their lifetime partners using different online platforms.
This has led to the growth in the development of online dating apps and sites to allow for easy searching of preferred partners. Therefore, the world’s largest and popular social networking platform, Facebook is putting in place plans to bring people closer to build real and long-term relationships. The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mark Zuckerberg announced during the F8 conference in Conference in San Jose, California.
The feature according to the information provided by Chris Cox, the Chief of staff to Mark Zuckerberg will be different from WhatsApp and Facebook messenger so users can have their own private life conversations.
With the influx of Africans every day on social media, this could come to the continent since Facebook is a global platform. But, will you feel comfortable to use the new feature to find your partner? Share your thoughts with us.
Watch announcement below:
Facebook is taking on Tinder with new dating features.
Posted by The Verge on Tuesday, May 1, 2018
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