SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Facebook is testing out a new speed dating app called "Sparked" that lets users date over video, according to The Verge.
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Users must choose which genders they want to date, like men, women, non-binary or trans people.
Sparked will then cycle users through speed video dates that last four minutes.
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If both users have a good time, they can schedule a second date that lasts 10 minutes.
If the second date goes well, users are prompted to keep in touch on another platform.
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You need a Facebook account to participate and Sparked is free to use.
No word yet on when the testing phase will be complete.
Facebook developing new video speed dating feature called 'Sparked'
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