Sep 28, 2016 09:11 AM EDT
Having a Decision Just Got Handy With the New Tinder Stacks
The swipe-away social networking site is launching its yay-or-nay system on iMessage permitting users to swipe to the left or right on photo groups. Don't know what photo post from last night's party? Stack it. Deciding what to wear on a date? Use Tinder Stacks and allow your friends to help you attain a decision.
Tinder team wrote in a Stack blog post that they know and feel that life inherently contains difficult decisions. Moreover, they've discussed that decision -making drama is now part of the past.
To initiate the newest feature, you have to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 10 that necessarily allows you to gain access with the iMessage app store. You just have to tap the App Store logo and add it should you not have a Tinder app installed. You can launch the Tinder Stack from the iMessage, tap "Start a Stack", select photos and then voila! You're almost done. Name and review your stack first before sending it to your friends. The moment that everyone has entered their yay-or-nay opinion, tap on the Stack and witness the results, according to PC Mag.
Tinder also shared that with this newest feature, the world will become a better and a happier place since everything is stacked up.
Anyone else could send out tons of images to everyone in their contacts, with the hopes of someone responding with a thumbs-up emoji.
This is a manifestation of the social networks' hard work on expanding its audience. In fact last summer, it launched the Tinder Social in countries like Canada, Australia, India, New Zealand and the US, allowing users to build groups and start plans on a house party, a gig or any other activities.
Last week, Tinder has also connected its headphones with Spotify. Users can now broadcast a song that is hosted by Spotify and play it in their profiles, listening to their idol artists as well as swipe to see who have mutual taste in music.
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