6tin, the unofficial Tinder app for Windows developed by Rudy Huyn, has been updated to version 3.1. It was only a few weeks ago when we last looked at the app being bumped to 3.0, but today we have a bunch of new features to walkthrough, including the ability to like messages and upload some new selfies.
Update: We've received word that version 3.1.1 has already been submitted to the Store with the ability to send GIFs. We've updated the below changelog to include both releases (version 3.1 and 3.1.1):
- Upload Profile Photos from Phone You can now upload profile photos that are stored in your camera roll. We hope this makes it easier for you to add new photos and change them more often.
- Message Liking When someone sends you a message that you really like, tap the heart next to the message. It's a fun and easy way to reward your matches when they're being smart, thoughtful or funny. Your match will receive a notification letting them know that you liked their message.
- Send and receive "Like" on Tinder messages
- Send and receive GIFs
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