The dating app wants to democratize its gestural interaction by buying in to the social polling trend pervasive among millennials

Using the same swiping feature native to Tinder’s interface, the dating app’s latest endeavor is a communal platform used to poll friends on questions such as which outfit to wear out tonight or what your new profile pic should be on social media. With the release of Apple’s new ‘Messages’ platform, Tinder Stacks won’t be a standalone app, but will instead feature in the tech giant’s released platform.

To use, simply select a group of photos within the interface, which will create a card stack reminiscent of Tinder’s original app ready for the swiping. The stack will then be ‘blast-able’ out to your friends for review, after which a clear winner will be decided in due time.

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