Developer Rudy Huyn has released yet another update for his popular third-party Windows Phone Tinder app 6tin. The update bumps the version number to 2.9 and adds a way for users to send Super-Likes for the first time in the dating app.
Super Likes are a new Tinder feature that lets users swipe up on profiles. Here's how Tinder itself describes it'
"Now, by swiping up, or simply tapping the new blue star icon when looking at someone's Tinder profile, all users can let that special someone know that they stand out from everyone else. The person you Super Liked will take notice – when your profile appears and they're deciding whether to swipe right, it will show up with a bright blue footer and star icon, highlighting that you Super Liked them. And when they do swipe right on your Super Like, it'll be an immediate match!"
Super Likes can only be used once a day, by the way. What do you think of this new feature? Let us know in the comments!
Thanks to Milind for the tip!
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