Facebook conduct tests for video speed-dating app Sparked: Reports
Mark Zuckerberg owned Facebook has been constantly expanding its market reach. This tech giant now testing a video speed-dating app, known as Sparked
Mark Zuckerberg owned, Facebook is known to rule the tech market with its new features and services. This tech giant is now apparently conducting tests on video a speed-dating application- Sparked. This dating app will allow users to stream 4-min videos and the users are required to have a Facebook account to use it, as per the reports.
After Facebook Dating, the tech giant is now testing a video speed-dating app known as Sparked. This will allow the new users to stream 4-minute date videos, which will help them find if they are compatible with each other. Once the users find compatibility, their dates will then be scheduled for a 10-minute duration.
According to the media reports, the webpage for Sparked was briefly live and users needed to register using their Facebook account. It is developed by Facebook’s NPE (New Product Experimentation), the team that works on experimental services. Sparked reportedly is a free-to-use application and there would no public profiles either. Inside deets about these tests have not been officially announced as of yet.
For the unversed, Facebook had rolled on the Facebook Dating feature in 2019 in the US. Later the same feature was rolled out in several countries. It helps users explore potential romantic relationships within their own extended circle of friends.
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