You know what? Swiping is too hard. There's so much effort involved in lifting a finger, touching a screen and then dragging it across. Ugh, we're getting tired just thinking about it.
Thankfully for us, Tinder is pushing out an update that'll automatically swipe right for you by detecting your heart rate. All you have to do is look at the profile photo.
At this point you might have been sent into a complete fit of incomprehensible rage. Understandably so: what if you don't actually like the person, but your heart rate goes up anyway? You might have just fallen off a cliff or had to walk down a few stairs. Totally realistic scenarios.
The app, made by the brainboxes at T3, is set to hit the usual download markets soon. As stated on its website: "Using the newly available Apple Watch SDK, we figured out a way to tie heart rate to matches on Tinder."
Tinder has also updated its official app with verified profiles, so you can know for sure if you've managed to hit it off with a celebrity.
If you're not a fan of the idea, you can just keep Tinder on your phone and off your Apple Watch, like the dark-age Victorian that you are.