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02-Nov-2020 12:08

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.

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.

The company this week announced its plans for a Stories feature, too.

In Match’s case, the stories can stretch to 60 seconds, as compared with Bumble’s 10-second videos, for example.

As users continue to talk, the blur fades away – but users can opt to add it back if they want to remain hidden.​”​On Hinge we encourage our members to be authentic with one another because we know that leads to the best connections,” explains Hinge founder and CEO Justin Mc Leod.“Our profiles already do a great job, but video creates the opportunity for our members to learn about potential matches in a way that simply can’t be captured with still photos and text.​” The company will also encourage video adoption, too, by showing Hinge profiles with video to five times more people it says.Dating apps are, in their own way, a form of social networking – especially as they expand into new areas like friend-finding or professional networking.So it only makes sense that they would adopt video as well, given the growing popularity of the format on social apps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, as well as the industry’s larger embrace of “Stories” as a means of offering an angle into people’s lives, activities, and interests.

As users continue to talk, the blur fades away – but users can opt to add it back if they want to remain hidden.

​”​On Hinge we encourage our members to be authentic with one another because we know that leads to the best connections,” explains Hinge founder and CEO Justin Mc Leod.

“Our profiles already do a great job, but video creates the opportunity for our members to learn about potential matches in a way that simply can’t be captured with still photos and text.​” The company will also encourage video adoption, too, by showing Hinge profiles with video to five times more people it says.

Dating apps are, in their own way, a form of social networking – especially as they expand into new areas like friend-finding or professional networking.

So it only makes sense that they would adopt video as well, given the growing popularity of the format on social apps like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, as well as the industry’s larger embrace of “Stories” as a means of offering an angle into people’s lives, activities, and interests.

Meanwhile, Zoosk’s newer product Lively is hoping to capitalize on video to bring more people to its app.