Facebook created a speed video dating app called Sparked

Zoom calls dominated our social lives during the pandemic Dating apps began adding video components as early as March of last year, with more and more launching similar features as 2020 dragged on. 
Now, Facebook is testing its own speed dating app called Sparked , The Verge first reported.
Sparked, developed by Facebook's New Product Experimentation (NPE) team, isn't the app's first foray into dating. The tech giant introduced Facebook Dating in 2019, and NPE itself launched Tuned, a "private space for couples," around this time last year. 
Sparked's website claims that the app won't have public profiles, swiping, or "endless DMs" — a direct shot at the most popular dating apps, like Tinder. You can sign up for Sparked's waitlist there, where they ask questions such as age and gender preferences towards dating, and your location. Naturally, you sign up with your Facebook account.  Read more... More about Facebook , Dating Apps , Culture , Sex Relationships , and Social Media Companies

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