One Million User Requests Needed To Get Tinder On To Android
Tinder has been the hot new social dating service on the iOS since its release in October last year. They claim to have generated 75 million matches and 50 engagements over the period of time. Despite all those statistics, we haven’t seen the application on the most popular platform of the mobile OS market yet. But that isn’t to say they aren’t working on it, they actually have it ready but they want to make sure that at-least one million people explicitly request for the application to be available. That is quite entertaining for the developers maybe considering they haven’t yet monetized the app.
A request can be made by tweeting or posting on facebook that you want the application available on Android and once they get a million requests, the application will be released on the Play Store. It has been over a week since they have started taking requests and they are 45.1% through their million requests goal. You can make a request for their application to be on android should be interested, check out their website for further updates on the progress. Here’s to seeing the application being available on the Play Store pretty soon.
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