PositiveSingles Launches Video Chat Feature to Make Online Dating Easier During the Coronavirus
PositiveSingles, a unique digital dating platform for people with STDs, has been turning the tides and bringing joy and spark back into the lives of people during the coronavirus pandemic. It has introduced a new video call feature for their iOS users to help jazz up their stories.
NEW YORK, May 26, 2020 (Newswire.com) - PositiveSingles, headquartered in Canada and popular across the USA, Canada, Australia and Europe, has introduced a new online video calling feature, extending its exciting range of services to connect and bring the people with STDs back into the mainstream of dating. This feature, which will be made available to its iOS users and premium members, is expected to provide solace for couples who have been unable to meet physically due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The USA has a whopping population of 110 million that are impacted by STDs, and 400 million people globally are at a danger of being socially isolated. This is where the PositiveSingles platform serves as a beacon to guide this population, providing the right connection and belief that you are not alone. PositiveSingles has further substantiated its claim to goodness and made users' stories a success by boosting its apps with more convenient and user-friendly features like video calling.
"Sure, some people experience rejection after disclosing to a new partner. But most people find that the stigma itself is far worse than the infection," remarked, Suny Zhang, the supervisor of PositiveSingles, showcasing that people are now realizing that there is life with meaning and healthy relationship beyond this stigma, and sites like PositiveSingles help ascend users on this journey.
The website has ensured security and privacy while rolling out this video chat feature. There is a limit to the number of video chats you can have per day, to 20, and each call is for a max of two minutes. Privacy being of utmost importance, no one can send a video call request to hidden profiles and to people you are not in conversation with. The idea is to solidify a relationship and have dates with some face-to-face time without worrying about stranger interventions.
PositiveSingles is a dating website for special needs - for people with STDs. It is a platform dedicated to bringing people to social acceptance – finding love, support, and hope as the tag line claims.