There’s no doubt that moving into video is a big gamble for Match.
They’re certainly not the first app to offer a video platform, but as of now they’re the first of the massive dating apps to take on this particular beast.
movie the second it comes out or maybe engaging in a little light cosplay? Cuddli wants to help you meet and fall for your fellow geeks.
It's launching on i OS this week, though it's been available on Android since last year and has already garnered a really positive response from its users.
People were happily swiping away, so why add something that was complicated and expensive and not necessarily in demand?
Also what kind of tuna are they eating in Georgia, cause I do not want to try it.
If all goes according to plan, Match Stories should be an efficient way to convey what your life is like and what matters to you — "Here's me fishing with my brother," or "I love to travel and have been all over the world," or, even better, "Here are my seventeen beloved Pomeranians." And while a photo and video compilation by itself doesn’t exactly feel revolutionary, the voice over is really the game changer.
It obviously lets you hear the person’s voice, which, if you’ve ever fallen for someone over chat only to realize they had an annoyingly high-pitched giggle in person, you know is crucial.
So why exactly do geeks need their own dating platform?
Pinguino Kolb, one of the app's founders, told that those who revel in fandom and comic culture don’t always have the easiest time on more mainstream apps like Tinder.