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Virtual dating is the only safe option for people looking to make romantic connections during the Covid-19 pandemic, and dating apps have adapted by releasing features that encourage users to date at home.

Bumble, in particular, continues to promote the in-app video chat and call tools it launched in 2019. In the last two weeks, the female-first dating and friend-finding app also introduced an expanded distance filter; profile badges that enable users to show they’re willing to go on a virtual date; audio notes for matches to send in their conversations; and Question Game, an opt-in feature that allows matches to answer humorous questions to get to know each other better.




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