Last year a dating App, League introduced the video chatting, when it was odd for all. But seems like League has an idea that its feature would help the users in the Corona Pandemic. The app is known for being exclusive, is “known for its selective admissions-based model and high achieving community of users,” according to its press kit.
As everyone is now forced to be quarantined, dating has shifted into unprecedented territory. As per Match’s chief dating expert Rachel DeAlto, There is no need to stop dating when we are quarantined (if we don’t want to), but instead adapt.
“I honestly do believe that it’s an opportunity to slow down to get to know each other,” DeAlto said in an interview with Mashable. She said phone calls and chats would work to connect.
On the same concept, now other dating apps have started providing video calling services. This week, The League launched new video dating features as well as two-week free memberships. By messaging “#isoDate” in the in-app Concierge, The League will give membership for two weeks to the users. The offer is valid as long as social distancing is encouraged.
With this membership, users of the League will be able to use League Live, a video speed-dating feature. Users can go on 3 video datings of 2 minutes each. Additionally, the app launched has launched a feature where a video chat on calls is possible without sharing phone numbers. Users can also add 10-second videos to their profile.