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Badoo, which has million users around the world, is testing the removal of the typical swiping feature of dating apps in favour of its new live stream feature, Badoo Live, this summer. According to research by the company, 68 per cent of Brits said they dislike the swiping and appearance matching of dating apps. This is seen as a shallow way of connecting people. Instead, around 83 per cent of respondents said they would feel more comfortable meeting someone after watching a live stream of them. In the app, there is a "Start Live Stream" button. Tap this and Badoo will start the broadcast.
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Is it time to swipe left on the swipe? Badoo , a UK-based dating app with some million users globally — whose majority-owned app Bumble is currently being sued by Tinder in part for its use of swiping — says that it will be removing the gesture from its own app as a way to let users browse profiles. In its place, the company says it is rolling out a new feature called Badoo Live — live video broadcasts to help people show off their personalities on the platform in a more authentic way, after its users said they were losing interest in swiping. Users will be able to send messages during a live session, which appears to work on a principle similar to Facebook Live, where people can catch widely broadcast streams as they happen, or watch them in playback mode.
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