"One of the well-known problems with dating apps is that the person you end up going on a date with may or may not resemble the person you liked on the app — which is frustrating and discouraging for users.Our in-depth profiles already give our users increased confidence that they won't be wasting their time — which is a big part of the reason we're seeing five times the number of dates resulting from Hinge.Luvr is a video dating platform/app that tries to put an end to catfishing with their video bios, video snaps, and video calls.
My ex and I met on Happn (and Bumble) and did this, and it was a great way to get to know each other.
Videos will then autoplay on a loop as a potential match scrolls through your profile.
Though sound will be muted, you can also enable it. Like I mentioned, they've launched an augmented live video chat.
Seeing a video and hearing their voice is, I think, the holy grail in terms of figuring out your attraction." Testing will begin in the "coming weeks," and a national rollout is planned for later in the year.
While Bumble has yet to roll out video features, they will be getting in on the trend soon.