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Tinder now allows users to spice up their chats with GIFs. This week, Tinder declared that it just started to collaborate with GIPHY in order to allow its numerous customers to deliver GIFs to all matches and boost their online conversations.
Probably the most important and well-known application for online dating is now in a long partnership with the primary GIF site on the Internet. GIPHY and Tinder have introduced a new nice option for their customers, since people are now permitted to look for and send animated GIFs through messages.
This function will definitely bring much more life to online chats between matches, allowing users to connect better and helping them to find easier subjects of conversation. And they also provided simpler features to use as there are tiny blue keys that allow customers to look for images right from Giphy’s database in order to help people choose the best GIF for their emotions.
This update is only offered for IOS clients but soon, it would be offered for all Android operating systems too. However, Tinder could not settle for less and improved many more of its texting functions. Customers can also submit images straight from their device, instead of needing to get files from Facebook.
The new emojis are significantly larger to be viewed in depth and there are new green hearts “like” icons for personal messages. The platform is doing everything it can for making every user happy while of course, being efficient at teasing. This is interesting for many customers but what they still do not know is this new advantageous option can indicate a split between Facebook and Tinder, adding to Facebook’s ageing trend.
As described in some articles analyzing today’s online environment, these new functions that allow customers to post images straight from the phone’s camera were among the most asked for functions for Tinder’s improvements.
Tinder members had to post images and post them on Facebook using the configurations of “Only Me” in order to transfer those images and then utilize them on Tinder, while then probably removing them, which represented a pointless efforts for the majority of people.
In their analyze content, experts also said that Facebook becomes more mature and too agglomerated, so Tinder is focusing on a younger segment of users that like more modern or stylish applications such as Snapchat and Instagram.
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