With the goal of making online matchmaking more accessible to the global community, Tinder has launched a version of their popular dating app that you can use on your desktop computers.
According to their blog, Tinder Online will allow you to do your familiar swipe routine from behind the comfort of your computer screens.
“For many of us, Tinder has always been nearby—in your pocket, on your nightstand, or quietly racking up new matches at the bottom of your purse. But for some, using Tinder hasn’t always been as simple as reaching over, tapping the app and messaging your matches,” Tinder said in a statement.
Tinder Online is geared towards individuals who:
-Are stuck mostly in places without 4G mobile networks
-Can’t get bundled phone services
-Can’t afford Tinder on their phones
-Are in places where they can’t whip out their smartphones (school)
-Are bored at the workplace
-Don’t have enough storage on their phones for the Tinder app
The new version of Tinder retains the old process of signing in. You just have to visit Tinder.com and you’ll be prompted to login via Facebook so they can start matching you up.
Aside from the Philippines, Tinder Online is also being tested in other countries including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico and Sweden. Tinder Online will be globally available soon.
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