If you've been displeased at the fact Tinder filed a trademark complaint against Rudy Huyn and his 6tin app, you can now take a step back and relax a little bit because the app has once again arrived on Windows Phone and is available for download.
There's no full on explanation as to why it has returned, however Huyn noted earlier today he was in the process of removing the offending naming of Tinder in the app description so that may have just been enough to appease the Tinder legal team and have them back off from the situation.
In any case, the app is back and even the download link for it remains unchanged at this point so you can get all the 6tin goodness you want on Windows Phone. Hopefully, with the adjustments made that will be enough for Tinder and this won't be an issue any longer.
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