The communication tool is limited however – you only get to use the Spark button once per profile.
True View co-founder Matt Verity said: “As people swipe through their matches feed they can easily strike up a conversation with any of the users they see by tapping any of the Spark buttons they attached to users’ content.
This is one part of the company’s efforts to improve online dating safety, having previously introduced a feature that lets members build up a Trust Score, by linking their dating profile to various social media accounts and adding more information about themselves to the app.
Speaking about the new Spark feature, Verity said: “At True View we are continuously looking at our data to see how we can improve the service we provide.
Safety-focused dating app True View has simplified how users connect with each other on the mobile app, with its new Spark feature.
Profiles on True View are built using a combination of profile pictures, You Tube videos, Spotify songs, statuses and personal information, which are all arranged in a Pinterest-style profile board.
Many led criticism against the company using the #You Tube Is Over Party hashtag on Twitter.