Dating News digest: Shipp Asks Users to Talk for 7 Minutes; Iris Dating Creates a Genuine Profile Bio with ChatGPT; Tinder Launches Incognito Mode; Aldi Scotland Launches Dating Chatbot.
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Dating News digest:
- Shipp Asks Users to Talk for 7 Minutes;
- Iris Dating Creates a Genuine Profile Bio with ChatGPT;
- Tinder Launches Incognito Mode;
- Aldi Scotland Launches Dating Chatbot.
Shipp Asks Users to Talk for 7 Minutes
The Singapore-based Shipp platform stands out from other online dating apps.
You can now chat in the portal for 7 minutes before seeing what another user looks like. However, there are some concerns that it may cause “fatigue” or lead to pointless conversations after matching.
Iris Dating Creates a Genuine Profile Bio with ChatGPT
Iris Dating is an artificial intelligence-based dating platform. The platform integrates ChatGPT into its service. This innovation will allow the portal to create personalized biographies for its users. This information will reflect unique personalities as well as interests.
Tinder Launches Incognito Mode
Tinder launches several safety features at once. One of them is “Incognito Mode”.
Now users of the service can also swipe the screen. However, only those who liked them can do this. With the introduction of this feature, users can control who sees them by scrolling through Tinder profiles.
Aldi Scotland Launches Dating Chatbot
Aldi is a fairly popular chain of discount supermarkets.
Now this company has created a chatbot service called Al-Date. Customers of the service will be able to share various tips, look for new acquaintances and chat with single people looking for love. Based on the questions, users are assigned a personality style.
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