Ever pass your phone around to get a friend's take on a Tinder match? Now you can project potential partners on a bigger screen and let a room full of people judge them.
Tinder said Tuesday its dating app is now available on Apple TV. That means you can look at pictures of single people in your area right on your television and swipe left if you're not interested and swipe right if you are hoping to find a match.
In a release, Tinder proclaimed with a wink and a nudge that the Apple TV integration would be "the biggest thing to hit family night since Yahtzee."
"Since its launch, friends have been swiping for each other on Tinder. Tinder on Apple TV represents the next step in that evolution," said Sean Rad, Tinder founder and chairman, in an emailed statement.
At least you'll have an innovative way of responding to the pesky relative who wonders why you're still single.
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