Dating app Tinder is not available on the desktop (or for Windows Phone) but thanks to Rudy Huyn we already have the later, and we may soon have the former.
Rudy, who authors 6tin, his 3rd party Tinder client for Windows Phone, has posted on twitter that he is nearly ready to publish a Universal Windows Application version of 6 tin, which would mean Windows Phone fans would be able to as easily swipe right on their Surface as Lumia.
Some news about UWP: 6tin will be the first. Already done with a new&beautiful design and will be shipped after Christmas, 6tag will be next
— Rudy Huyn (@RudyHuyn) December 17, 2015
He also revealed that his next target would be a UWA version of Instagram, via 6tag, which until Facebook delivers their own promised UWA would be extremely welcome.
Microsoft has said their Universal Windows Application platform has seen massive traction, with more than 2 billion visits by desktop users to the Windows Store and 6 times more engagement with apps than in the Windows 8 days. We have also seen a large influx of official Windows apps in recent weeks, and we hope this time those developers will stick around.