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Tinder app now lets you include 2-second GIFs; testing ‘places’ feature
If you’re a Tinder user and want to show off your moves to potential matches, the company is now rolling our GIF support in the US and elsewhere …
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LinkedIn today launching Tinder-style swiping iPhone app to help U.S. students find jobs
The LinkedIn profile of the typical student may look a little empty at this stage in their career, but the company believes its network can still be useful. It’s today launching an iPhone app to help students identify companies and job titles that might be suitable for them, as well as pointing to live job postings that may be of interest.
Tinder Stories July 7, 2015
Tinder Apple Watch app uses heart-rate monitor to automate ‘hot or not’ matching
If you use Tinder and all that swiping left or right is just too much effort, help is on the way. Digital agency T3 used the Apple Watch SDK to automatically detect which photos you find hot by measuring heart-rate changes.
If your heart-rate increases when looking at a photo, the app marks it as a match; if it decreases, it dismisses the photo.
We tend to agree with TNW that the company may want to come up with an alternative name before Hands-free Tinder makes its way to the App Store “soon” …
Tinder Stories October 10, 2014
Thinkapps’ Build Blog has published a few designer mockups showing what popular third-party applications might look like on Apple’s new smartwatch with some interesting results. The apps were created by several different designers, and you can see that each app maintains some of the branding and design you’d expect while conforming to the smaller wearable UI and its new input devices like the Digital Crown.
Above you’ll find the design for Facebook Messenger, which features a contact view made up of circular contact photos with online indicators that closely resembles the watch’s home screen. The message view sports a single reply button that presumably uses the device’s built-in dictation capability to compose a response.
Below you’ll find designs for apps like Beats Music, Skype, Uber, YouTube, and more. Keep in mind that these designs are hardly official, but represent the types of user interfaces you might see when the folks in Cupertino release the Apple Watch early next year.