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Facebook launches dating service, service will be available in these 20 countries

The social platform Facebook has launched Facebook dating, a relationship developing feature for its users in the US. Users of 20 countries around the world will get the benefit of this service. Under this service, users will be able to share on Instagram and Facebook store dating service. Indian users will have to wait now to use this service.

Facebook has always been changing its features keeping in mind the demand of its users. Now Facebook has added a new feature called Dating Service. Let us tell you that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced during the F8 conference in 2018 that he will soon launch a dating service for users. After this announcement, this service has been launched in the US.

A blog post written by Facebook states that this service is being launched in the US. Apart from this, users from 20 countries around the world will also be able to take advantage of this service. Some features of this service for users of these countries have not been live yet. They will be made live by the end of this year. Under this service, users will be able to share their Instagram and Facebook stories on the dating service. This will make it easier to develop a romantic relationship with anyone in the friend circle. 

Facebook said through a blog post that this service is being released for the convenience of users. Many more features will be added to it now. According to information provided by Facebook, this dating service has been launched in 20 countries around the world. However, this service has not yet been made available for Indian users. Preparations are on to launch this service for Indian users soon. 

Dating service will be available in these 20 countries 

Facebook dating service has been made available in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Suriname, Thailand, Uruguay and Vietnam.

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