This week, both Hinge and Zoosk’s Lively are rolling out support for video, each in their own way.Hinge, for example, will now allow users to augment their user profiles on the service with video.Shortly after, Bumble will roll out its own video support as well.Announced in January, Bumble VID will allow users to share video “stories” on their profile.With us you are dealing with experienced people who respect you and these wonderful ladies.We are here to help bring people together in friendship, romance, cupid, hopefully love and a great life together.
Launched last summer as a product from the company’s R&D group, Zoosk Labs, Lively had adopted video from the get-go.
(The videos imported from social networks can be longer than 30 seconds, Hinge notes.) Instead, Hinge believes support for videos will allow members to better show who they really are, by sharing fun or memorable moments and activities from their lives.
This continues the dating service’s larger mission of helping users find relationships, not casual encounters.
In Lively, users upload photos and videos that are then turned into story collages, which also include transitions and movement.
Again, the idea is that using video can show off someone’s personality much better than static, photo-only profiles.
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