Video chat dating sees spike during coronavirus pandemic
FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti on why online dating is surging during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tinder is making its usual pay-to-use Passport feature free for all users in April.
With a Tinder Passport, the global dating app lets users set their location in any zip code or city they want, so they can connect with singles throughout the U.S. or abroad all without leaving their home.
The popular app is making this feature free until April 30, which should help users “escape to a different reality” or find “a fantasy fling,” Tinder’s press release reads.
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Last year, Tinder temporarily made its Passport feature free when lockdown orders were first put in place around the world for the COVID-19 pandemic. This time around Tinder says its free Passport feature should be able to quell that travel bug its users are feeling until they get their vaccine passport.