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Bumble, the dating app that allows women to make the first move when deciding whether or not to speak to their matches, is further separating itself from Tinder by introducing a Snapchat-esque video feature.
It’s impossible to keep track of everything going on out there, but we’ll be highlighting some great clips along with great video sites.Engadget points out that considering Bumble’s origin story — its CEO Whitney Wolfe was unceremoniously fired from Tinder and stripped of any credit for her work there — Tinder being outclassed by a former co-founder’s project (again) is pretty damn cool.Movies about friends reuniting live or die on the chemistry of the ensemble.Anyone swiping past your profile can see them and after 24 hours, they disappear.writes that you can add pre-recorded videos as well, as long as they’ve been created within the last 24 hours.In fact, many dating apps are starting to integrate videos into their platforms.
Match announced 'Stories', a feature that is a cross between Instagram and Snapchat's famous stories, and Tinder's old 'Moments' feature.
If the audience doesn’t buy that these individuals share a history and are comfortable with each other, the film never has a chance. Lee’s The Best Man Holiday proves that a strong and complementary cast can go a long way toward papering over a number of cracks.
Hater is a dating app like no other: instead of matching you up with people that love the same things you do, it creates profiles based on what you hate.
Instead of the typical dating app 'swipe' that users do, you instead create a 'story', a collage of who you are in pictures, quotes, facts, and now videos.
Instead of swiping, potential matches can comment notes on your story to let you know they find something about you interesting.
For those of you who haven't yet heard of Hinge, it's advertised by Refinery29 as 'the anti-Tinder'.