In July of this year, Tinder revealed another brand new navigational experience for its mobile app users
|In July of this year, Tinder revealed another brand new navigational experience for its mobile
app users that are intended to make it more simpler to navigate through profile photographs and
profile content. In the revamped application, photographs now occupy and encompass more
screen real estate – to be precise they reach out further to the edge of your smartphone screen.
It has served to revolutionize how the user base surfs and navigates between photographs and
profiles as the user can now tap on various parts of the screen to explore the photographs and
Tinder no doubt is credited with the aspect of promoting and making a fashionable vogue and
trend for the "swipe to like" mechanism that now various applications including those
encompassing outside the dating world – have welcomed with a warm reception. However,
related to the app's new venture, swiping is not the focused limelight and is associated with a
lesser priority. You would now be able to navigate in the reverse and forward direction between
photographs all done by tapping. For instance, to move to a given picture, the user would tap on
the right and to navigate in the opposite direction they will have to tap on the left.
Simultaneously, a tap on the base of the photograph will display the user profile, enabling the
user to get more insight about the other person's own content related to the distance and
proximity of how far away they are, their educational profile,the linked associations, their
professionals, Instagram feed, and other data.
This venture will bring the attention of Snapchat to the user base which was embraced sign-
based navigation as an important module of the user experience. In any case, more critically, it
is by all accounts Tinder's method for adopting the well known "Story" design found on
Snapchat, Instagram and somewhere else, given that users are currently able to browse
through images with taps rather than swipes. This operational logic has served to become a
norm and standard for social apps present currently where Facebook and Skype users are
embracing this notion of tappable photo stories.
In any case, the makeover additionally implies that the new Tinder application now makes user
Likewise, now that Tinder's interface signifies an impression of being more like a "Story," it
Past being another approach to change the application's plan and strategy for effective usability,
Tinder's development team has moved on from Objective-C to Swift on iOS where the shift as