Facebook dating platform now in Europe after nine-month delay


After a nine-month delay over privacy issues, Facebook’s dating app is finally rolled out in Europe.

The matchmaking service of the social network will be released in 32 countries with the blessing of the Irish Data Protection Commissioner, who planned the rollout of the kibosh in February, announcing that it had only been told a few days in advance.

Facebook has made changes to gain acceptance, including the explicit marking of Dating as a Facebook domain, as well as a sign-up process that allows quick deletion of a dating profile.

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Users can now connect their profiles to Facebook Dating in Spain , France, Germany , the UK and other nations and begin swiping through singles in their region.

Based on their geographic proximity as well as interests such as height and age, Facebook Dating offers possible matches. In order to see if they and their matches have similar interests, users have the option to give the dating app access to public Facebook events they have marked themselves as “attending.”

The service was first introduced in September 2019 in the US.

“In the past, Facebook has said that there is no overlap between the actions of a person in Facebook Dating and their main Facebook profile, promising that” all of your Facebook Dating activity remains in Facebook Dating.

A “Hidden Crush” feature allows users to designate “crushes” as a handful of their Facebook mates. If both mates list each other, they will be notified by Facebook Dating and start a conversation.

Thursday afternoon, Match Group shares, which owns famous dating apps Tinder and Hinge, were down 1.2 percent.

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