Have you given any thought about what you’re going to do during the Christmas get-together? If not, then Tinder might have the perfect family activity for you.
The company behind the successful virtual matchmaking app has recently announced that Tinder now features an Apple TV application which allows the user to project Tinder on a wide-screen Apple TV. How’s that for fun?
So, what’s up with Tinder and Apple TV because the idea of choosing a potential soul mate with your family nearby doesn’t sound like a good idea, especially if you have picky relatives. The company declared that this application is not a prank nor the perfect pretext of making someone feel uncomfortable during the holidays.
Tinder said that it’s best we view this new application as a sort of game – however, gets the most matches on Tinder is declared the winner. Okay, we get it that this game would be a good idea for your night-out on the town with your best friends, but what about playing it with your family members?
Well, keep in mind that a fresh perspective of a close family won’t harm you, albeit you’ll have the endure the tons of dad/mom jokes related to how the woman/man looks like in the picture. But what does it matter as long as you’ll be able to find that someone special?
Tinder truly believes that no one has to endure loneliness, and this is the main reason why this application was created in the first place. You may probably know one or two couples who met on Tinder just by swiping left or right on the screen – remember that old saying: “if it works, it isn’t stupid.”
Now as for the Apple TV – Tinder Christmas game, think of it more of an opportunity to find out more stuff about your family members. Here’s how you should play the game: talk everyone into creating a Tinder account, regardless if they’re single, married, or in a complicated relationship.
Next step – 10 minutes spent on Tinder. After each ‘turn’ is over, compare your results with the others. The winner of the evening will be the person who managed to get the most matches. The prize – how about a glass of eggnog or something fierier? It’s up to you to set up the board, make up the rules, and determine the prize.
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