You can make questionable dating choices on Tinder with Android Wear
Tinder’s one of the most popular social apps when it comes to flirting/pursuing/dating someone (whichever’s up your alley, we don’t judge). And now it’s made life easier for you because you don’t have to even pull out your smartphone to make that swipe to the right.
Yes, Tinder’s joined a smorgasbord of apps that have recently been made compatible with Android Wear smartwatches (joining the likes of Pinterest). We’re expecting to see plenty more swiping when people start getting their hands on the Samsung Gear Live, Motorola Moto 360 and LG G Watch.
According to Tinder, Android wearables are the perfect companion for its service: they enable you to meet new people nearby and converse with your matches on the go, but no longer require you to be glued on your phone.
There’s no fuss required to get it
You can now woo on Tinder using your Android Wear
Setting up isn’t going to be as hard as you think – all you need to do is pair your Android smartwatch to your phone. That’s literally it. You say “Start Tinder” to begin your classic swipe adventure. Besides being able to view matches and get your swipe on, you can tap on profiles to open them on your paired phone for closer inspection.
Alerts of new matches and message notifications will be included in the watch’s stream, and you’ll also be able to respond to them from your Android Wear. For example, responding to the messages will require you to speak your reply into the smartwatch.
Just make sure you’re not in a very crowded location where your cheesy pickup line can be heard and judged.
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