Dating News digest: Smitten Introduces Updated Search Option; REDDI Has Restarted Subscription Service; Tinder User Has Introduced His Icebreaker Video Game; Hinge Has Showed its First LGBTQIA+ Report.
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Dating News digest:
- Smitten Introduces Updated Search Option;
- REDDI Has Restarted Subscription Service;
- Tinder User Has Introduced His Icebreaker Video Game;
- Hinge Has Showed its First LGBTQIA+ Report.
Smitten Introduces Updated Search Option
Smitten is a popular dating portal in Europe.
It became known that the developers of this application launched a new function “Search”. Now, it is easier for users of the service to find their soul mate. They can search for a specific username to find specific potential matches.
REDDI Has Restarted Subscription Service
The best-selling dating portal REDDI relaunched the subscription in early February.
Now, all customers of the service can purchase a subscription for 3 or 6 months. This way, users can continue to be part of the virtual dating community.
Tinder User Has Introduced His Icebreaker Video Game
A Tinder user was able to turn heads by creating a 32-bit video game. It shows what it’s like to date him and encourages his potential partners to play it.
The game allows matches to customize their online character before letting them enjoy this unique game.
Hinge Has Showed its First LGBTQIA+ Report
Online dating service Hinge has released a new report dedicated to DATE. Statistically, bisexuals are 3 times more likely to never date a queer person. At the same time, some of them face the “fear of research”.
At Hinge, 80% of LGBTQIA+ dating is ready to be someone’s first experience.
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