Facebook Dating Service Hoping to change the relationship status of the roughly 200 million singles who use it, Facebook had officially launched their dating service in a select few locations, with other test markets coming soon. Dating on Facebook Facebook announced its plan to get into the dating game all the way back in May 2018. This was made known at it's F8 developer conference. Facebook went on to test-run the product in Colombia a few months later. Since then, it\u2019s been gradually adding more countries in South America and Asia. It also launched in the U.S., after it was fined $5Bn by the FTC for historical privacy lapses. Users of the service can find potential partners based on location, number of children, religion, age, height, etcetera. They can also match with other users within a 100-km range. There are lots of fun features to explore on Facebook's dating service. You could send "Loves" via DM. You could set a secret crush, and leave Facebook to do the rest. You even get tips on how to make your dating profile and picture more attractive. Knowing how opportunistic our country-men tend to be, you can only imagine what would happen if Facebook's new dating service were to arrive at our shores. The feature isn't available in Nigeria and most of Africa yet. But all things being equal, it should arrive eventually. We can't accurately place a finger on when exactly it will be available. You want to know when it will arrive? Always visit our site for updates.