Dating Pro Digest: Dating from Bumble goes offline; Illicit Encounters or illicit filming; Badoo prohibits taking screenshots; Canadian app Couply wins Collision 2021 competition.
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Dating industry news digest:
- Dating from Bumble goes offline;
- Illicit Encounters or illicit filming;
- Badoo prohibits taking screenshots;
- Canadian app Couply wins Collision 2021 competition.
Dating from Bumble goes offline
The secret of Bumble’s success lies in innovative applications. They were one of the first to transfer the dating initiative to women, following the trends in the field of video calls and constantly improving this option.
Bumble Brew’s first date restaurant is scheduled to open on July 24th. The menu excludes dishes that can embarrass, stain clothes, and cause other inconveniences. Visitors will be offered predominantly Mediterranean cuisine, a wide selection of coffees, and a wine list. Until July 31, the restaurant will only offer breakfast, then lunches and romantic dinners will be added from August 7. The interior structure of the institution is designed in the corporate style of the platform.
Illicit Encounters or illicit filming
The Illicit Encounters platform, which specializes in extramarital dating, has released a series of provocative billboards featuring a portrait of the health minister.
Journalists and the general public suspected that Matt Hancock did not consent to such publications. The reason was the fact that one of the issues coincided with his retirement.
Illicit Encounters press firmly declares that they cares about the privacy of customers, so there can be no question of using hidden cameras.
These are not the first scandalous promotional materials of the company, they were previously accused of mentioning schoolchildren and calling for violating quarantine rules.
Badoo prohibits taking screenshots
The developers of the popular dating platform Badoo have introduced a new feature with which each user can block the ability to take screenshots.
The option prevents leakage of confidential correspondence or photos that are not intended for the general public.
The reason for the innovation was a survey, which revealed that 57% of users are worried about the protection of personal content, a quarter of them already have a negative experience.
Now everyone can communicate freely on the platform without fear that intimate details will become public.
Canadian app Couply wins Collision 2021 competition
Family-focused Canadian startup Couply was recently founded by Tim Johnson and Denesh Raymond.
A distinctive peculiarity of the free app is the abundance of entertainment and smart features that give ease of communication, then help to organize interesting dates.
The successful project won the Collision 2021 pitch competition held in Toronto in April.
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