We all know big name apps don't make their way to the BlackBerry platform. Some developers do officially submit their Android port into BlackBerry World and for those who don't we have means of sideloading them on BlackBerry 10 devices. However, not everyone likes to install Android ports and so some developers to go work to bring us third party versions built in the native BlackBerry 10 language so it runs smoother. We have the likes of iGrann, Whine, Snap2Chat. Spo2fy is coming and from the same developer a third party Tinder client is now available to download from BlackBerry World.
The app is called Timber and comes courtesy of Nemory Studios. For those who don't know, Tinder is a dating app and is "a fun way to connect with new and interesting people around you". You're presented with people who have also signed up to the app and all you have to do is swipe right to like someone or swipe left to pass on that person. If you someone likes you back, that's you matched up and you go from there. To be honest I hadn't really heard of Tinder until a client was being made and beta versions hit our Forums as well as BlackBerry Beta Zone.
To use the app you need a Facebook account. That's not a Timber thing, it seems that's what Tinder itself uses.
- Ability to Skip
- Supports all BlackBerry 10 Devices
- Battery Friendly
- Super Smooth Transitions and Animations
- Super Beautifully Designed User Interface
- Attach and Send Files in Chat
- Like and Pass People
- Send Chat Messages
- Receive a It's a Match Popup Notification
- Update Profile
- Send SnapChats / Snap2Chat Integration
- Send Voice Notes
- Send your location
- Send Emojis/Emoticons
- Send any type of files powered by DropBox
Timber is available for all BlackBerry 10 smartphones. It is free to download. There is an in-app purchase if you want to get rid of the ads. That will cost you $1.99.