Tinder has already marked its niche in the dating world, now a company known as T3, is coming up with a whole new version of the popular dating app for Apple Watch. This new version is dubbed as “Hands-free Tinder” and it does not require users to use their hands to swipe right or left, instead the app detects user’s heart beat to find a match. T3 has come up with this app after Apple introduced its Watch SDK that detects a user’s heartbeat.

So, how does it work? The app lets the user take a look at the Tinder profiles on their Apple Watch. It marks the profile as a match if user’s heart rate goes up and dismisses the profile if user’s heart rate goes down. As the name suggests, it is completely “hands-free” and does not require the user to use his or hand for swiping.

Although the idea is not completely reliable, but it would be really interesting to see it work out. As the saying goes — “Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye”. However, if someone uses the app after exercising then heart rate would not really determine perfect matches, so one must make sure that their heart beat is normal before using the app. The app is still in the “coming soon” phase and there is no information about its release timeline.

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