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Now, Zoosk is pushing the bar even further in terms of video with the launch of live video chat.The feature, which will be public on Wednesday morning, is designed to help users make connections with people that extend beyond dating.Similar to Snapchat and Instagram, Bumble will support short-form videos recorded live or in the past 24 hours, which can be either posted to your profile for all to see, or only shared with matches.Also like Stories on other social apps, these videos will vanish in a day.Zoosk says the blur fades over 40 seconds, but you can tap “Add Blur” whenever you like to remain hidden.“Lively is about creating fun ways to help people connect, not just match,” says Zoosk’s SVP of Product Behzad Behrouzi.

Even longtime dating giant is getting into the video game.newer product Lively is hoping to capitalize on video to bring more people to its app.Launched last summer as a product from the company’s R&D group, Zoosk Labs, Lively had adopted video from the get-go.“It’s more of a way to storytell, and express yourself beyond a photo,” explains Bumble co-founder CEO Whitney Wolfe, “but in a way that was native to how we in our audience already use social media video.We didn’t want to reinvent the wheel – we wanted to just take what was already working well in other platforms, and give them the opportunity to do that with people they don’t know yet, versus their friends,” she says.

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