Ever heard of Tinder? If you haven’t, Tinder is a dating app designed for iOS and Android devices. Basically what it does is that it matches people up and you can choose if you like or dislike them by swiping to the left or right. What makes Tinder different from other dating apps or services is that it cuts down on spam because only people who have mutually liked each other’s profile are able to send messages to one another, so at the very least the initial attraction is mutual, as opposed to having to fend off unwanted suitors. Now the good news is that Windows Phone owners looking to get in on the Tinder action will soon be able to thanks to 6tindr.
If you’re wondering why it sounds so familiar, it is because we mentioned it previously as being the unofficial Tinder app for Windows Phone. The app is put together by none other than developer Rudy Huyn who has in the past created unofficial apps such as Instagram, and Vine (and original ones as well) for the Windows Phone platform. In any case Huyn has teased the app’s availability on his Twitter account claiming that the app is finally completed and that there are still some last minute tests left before it will make its way into the Windows Phone store where it will be presumably a free download. We expect that Huyn will be making introducing some new features that the official Tinder app does not, as he has done in the past, so be sure to keep an eye out for it!