Coronavirus changes our lifestyle significantly, people are asked to stay at home, and all the restaurants don’t provide dine-in service. The virus outbreak also changes how we date and meet people. Since we can’t meet people in person, so lots of people turn to dating app and video calls.
Bumble saw a 93 percent increase in video chat and voice call usage from March 13-27. Match Group, which owns Tinder and Hinge, has also reported increased activity among existing users, particularly those under 30, and plans to roll out new video chat features soon.
-MSNBC, Dating during coronavirus turned upside down since everything is a long-distance relationship
Virtual date is fun yet sometimes challenging. Without the great atmosphere of the restaurant and physical interaction, the date might become dry and boring. VIRTUÅL DÄET is a manual that helps people create a perfect virtual dating experience. This brochure will teach the readers everything about a virtual date with several DIY sections and Date ideas. From setting up the camera angle to holding happy hours, VIRTUÅL DÄET provides a complete guide to get closer to others in the social distancing era.
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