Dating News digest: Sparkmate Is Expected to Launch in January; KokTailz Introduces Geolocation Option; Bumble Has Launched Data Cloud Migration; Tinder Introduces “You Up” Campaign.
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Dating News digest:
- Sparkmate Is Expected to Launch in January;
- KokTailz Introduces Geolocation Option;
- Bumble Has Launched Data Cloud Migration;
- Tinder Introduces “You Up” Campaign.
Sparkmate Is Expected to Launch in January
Sparkmate implies a new modern virtual dating platform. This portal was founded by a talented young man from Fordham University.
It is expected to be available early next year. The web service uses artificial intelligence to match people, rather than relying on swipes.
KokTailz Introduces Geolocation Option
The well-known web dating platform KokTailz introduced the “click” geolocation option.
The application now places a potential match on the user’s timeline. This updated feature also tells users how many times they “clinked” with another person in real life.
Bumble Has Launched Data Cloud Migration
Dating company Bumble has implemented new cloud data systems to improve information management and efficiency. The platform will now be able to grow more easily without having to concern about any performance/usability bottlenecks.
In the future, the company plans to port the internal software to Snowflake to simplify data storage.
Tinder Introduces “You Up” Campaign
The well-known online dating company Tinder has introduced a new advertising campaign “You Up”.
This campaign talks about how dating has become more mobile. It also reflects that young people are increasingly accepting themselves on Tinder. Youngsters seek open-mindedness and accept casual situations as the default status of relationships.
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