THE VERGE - May 17 - Dating apps are quick to try new trends. But when it comes to video, options are lacking. Top dating apps such as Tinder, Happn or Hinge don't allow users to share or upload videos. Earlier this year, Bumble announced its plan to add 10-second clips to its service, though it's yet to be made available. "Video is scary," says Behzad Behrouzi, who oversees product operations at Lively, a video-based dating app. Lively launched in 2016 under the umbrella of Zoosk. In March, Lively introduced Quickies, a Snapchat-like feature that allows users to record short clips of themselves with frames and filters. Implementing video requires time and money for development. Even if a business has the funds to add videos, there's the concern of bad behavior.