Facebook Dating – New Match Making Feature Coming Soon

Facebook is not relenting at all in its efforts improving the platform. Just few days ago, Facebook Inc announced the introduction of ‘down vote’ and ‘up vote’ features that allow you flag negative comments.

Now again, the world largest social network will soon include dating features to its platform. Facebook dating is a new match making features that will be Tinder rival, and all those who are looking for love, relationship that could potentially lead to marriage will find the new feature handy.


Zuckerberg told software developers at Facebook’s annual F8 conference that a dating service would be a natural fit for a company that specializes in connecting people online, according to Reuters.

“There are 200 million people on Facebook that list themselves as single, so clearly there’s something to do here,” Zuckerberg said.

So if you are single, get ready because Facebook Founder Zuckerberg want you to mingle.

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25 thoughts on “Facebook Dating – New Match Making Feature Coming Soon”

  1. I just hope the young fraudsters of Nigeria will not take advantage of this opportunity to exploit users. Just look at what Nigerians have done to sites like badoo. Last, last que sera sera.

  2. Very funny.. Online marriage coming next. Definitely wont be a party to it. Nice one though for those who wants to mingle

  3. Do people still trip dating sites because I always look at it like something that is out of vogue.. Isn’t Facebook already like a dating site by the way

  4. wow.. I guess is Time to cross breed, that’s one of the best idea from facebook… my heart goes for already married people… you guys are entirely missing out these features.

  5. yahoo boys will be ready to mingle too. They should have a good way of blocking fraudsters sha because tinder does

  6. Wow then Facebook Will take over from other dating site since it has so many users already. Application like badoo won’t be happy with this.

  7. Fb Taking away the market from tinder, badoo and others. I doubt if this would lead to more marriages for people, it would rather serve more as a hooking up service rather than building strong relationships


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