Your fingers work hard. They type, they text and with the advent of swipe-heavy apps like Tinder, they help you find a date. With all that action happening pretty constantly thought the day, your聽fingers really deserve聽a break now and then (you know, so they can focus on prettier things, like rocking gorg nail art聽or headturning rings), so it鈥檚 a good thing someone just made online dating totally hands free.


In classic 鈥渢here鈥檚 an app for that鈥 fashion, an agency called T3 created a new way to use Tinder on the Apple Watch.聽Nylon reports that Hands-Free Tinder uses your heart rate to determine who you should match with. 鈥淲hen using traditional Tinder, you use your head to find a match,鈥 says a promotional vide. 鈥淲ith this watch, you use your heart.鈥 Seriously, the app鈥檚 technology is sensitive enough to register when your heart rate increases or decreases when looking at someone鈥檚 profile picture and 鈥渟wipes鈥 for you based on that flutter or flatline.


There鈥檚 no word on when this app will go live, but the creators are quick to say it鈥檚 coming soon to the App store and Google Play. We obviously can鈥檛 wait to try this quirky advancement, we鈥檙e just a little worried that a聽cute dog on the street or an exciting text might spark a reaction that could聽accidentally swipe right on someone who鈥檚 really more left material. It鈥檚 a risk we鈥檙e willing to take to with the promise of finding love in an actual heartbeat.


Is this new way to use Tinder a breakthrough or a bust? Tell us in the comments, or just put your computer close to your pulse points and hope that gets the job done.

(h/t Nylon, Photos via聽Youtube)