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Facebook releases couples-only messaging app

BBC News Wednesday, 8 April 2020
The new service claims to be a "private space" for couples but has the same data privacy policy as Facebook.
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Facebook is testing a new experimental app designed for couples called Tuned. The app encourages couples to share their mood, exchange personalized notes, music, and pictures.

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