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The dating app will carry out a full audit of 70 million images on its platform. Online dating app Plenty of Fish has banned the use of photo filters in its app, claiming that its users want more authenticity in dating. The company said it will carry out a full audit of 70 million images on its platform, and remove any images that are too heavily filtered. It will also vet any new photos being ed. It will focus primarily on 'lens' filters popularised by social media apps such as Snapchat, which overlay digital images onto the user's face - so you may get away with a light colour filter to hide blemishes or make yourself appear slimmer.
Earlier this year it was reported that one teenager had become so addicted to Snapchat filters she was bed bound - because she couldn't bear to look at herself without one. TV Films. Funeral Notices Horoscopes Offers Newsletter up. Voucher codes Asos Nike Argos. John Lewis Currys.
In Your Area. Got A Story. Plenty of Fish bans face-filtered photos from dating app in 'authenticity' drive. Sophie Curtis Technology and Science Editor. Follow Mirror.
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