Today, swipe-based dating app Tinder announced a new Snapchat-esque feature: "Moments" allows users to share temporary, annotated photos with each other, as a way “to help users to get to know their matches better,” explains CEO Sean Rad to Bloomberg.
No longer will you have to find a match, chat them in the app, and then switch to text to send or receive a dick pic. When the feature is integrated later this summer, Tinder will truly become the Swiss Army knife of dating apps.
While the photos self-destruct within 24 hours — unlike Snapchat’s ten seconds — just remember that no sext is truly ephemeral. A Tinder love may not last forever, but somewhere in the Cloud, those crotch shots certainly do.