Videodating su

18-Mar-2017 23:42

Launched last summer as a product from the company’s R&D group, Zoosk Labs, Lively had adopted video from the get-go.

The company says users can add videos up to 30 seconds long, by pulling from those that already exist on their phone.

Many video dating services were offshoots of existing matchmaking services—but that doesn’t mean all were of high quality.

In fact, wrote Nancy Blodgett in 1986, “today the story is increasingly ‘boy pays money to meet girl, boy loses money, boy gets stung.” This rash of unregulated video dating services resulted in a nationwide crackdown, writes Blodgett.

But unlike with Lively’s profile videos, the chat feature allows users to start their session with their screen blurred.

This helps users instantly feel more comfortable, the company explains, without having to worry about what they look like right away.

The company says users can add videos up to 30 seconds long, by pulling from those that already exist on their phone.

Many video dating services were offshoots of existing matchmaking services—but that doesn’t mean all were of high quality.

In fact, wrote Nancy Blodgett in 1986, “today the story is increasingly ‘boy pays money to meet girl, boy loses money, boy gets stung.” This rash of unregulated video dating services resulted in a nationwide crackdown, writes Blodgett.

But unlike with Lively’s profile videos, the chat feature allows users to start their session with their screen blurred.

This helps users instantly feel more comfortable, the company explains, without having to worry about what they look like right away.

The feature, which will be public on Wednesday morning, is designed to help users make connections with people that extend beyond dating.