Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps on the planet and is used by millions. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a Windows app on either PC or Mobile barring a few third party clients. Out of them, Rudy Huyn’s 6tin is perhaps the most popular one and today it has grabbed a new update.
The update bumps up the version number to 220.127.116.11 and brings a fix for an annoying bug. Users had been long reporting that there were Facebook login issues with the app. When a user tried to login, the app went unresponsive. It was reported that the bug was due to a change from the Tinder’s side rather than the app.
The new update finally takes care of the bug and brings in some more fixes and improvements too. We haven’t spotted anything new and will update the article once we do so.
6tin is available both for Windows Phone and PCs as an Universal Windows App and works fluidly. The developer, Rudy Huyn has been a long supporter for Windows Phone’s and it’s really good to see such passionate developers still remaining behind the allegedly dying OS.
The update is rolling out currently and can be grabbed by hitting the link below,