Match up dating
In many ways Dating makes perfect sense for Facebook.
Instead of allowing third-party apps to move user data to their own ecosystems, the social network is instead building its own. After all, Zuckerberg’s company started out as Face Mash, a “hot or not” game for Harvard students.
It’s not likely that someone who is in search of just a hook-up will be on this dating app, so if you want to get married or have a long-term relationship, this is your direction.
It will allow Facebook users to create separate profiles from their main Facebook accounts to pursue romantic connections.Tinder’s reliance on Facebook became painfully clear a month ago, when the dating app temporarily stopped working because of changes Facebook made to its data-sharing policies.And now Tinder, as well as apps like it, will have to compete with Facebook itself—an app everyone is already using.Until recently, you couldn't even sign up for a Bumble account if you didn't already have a Facebook account.It's not unreasonable to wonder whether these apps would even exist without the social network.