Tinder is one of the most widely used and popular dating app. Users can simply download it on their phones and find a suitable partner to date. It shows people near your area that too are looking for a partner. Ever user adds a brief detail about him or her, and you can “swipe” right or left based on your choice. If both users swipe right (show interest) in each other, it’s a match! Countless people have been using Tinder ever since it was released. Now Tinder is no longer just a simple Android or Apple app.
The company has launched a website too. The website is called Tinder Online and is quite beneficial for interested people who don’t have an access to a smartphone. It also targets users that don’t have high-end smartphones with limited storage capacity. The app can take more than 50MBs of device storage, which can be a lot for mediocre smartphones. Although you won’t enjoy swiping right or left on the website; you’ll have to drag a prospective match’s card.
To access Tinder Online on the web, visit tinder.com. If the services are available in your country or area, the desktop version will force you to log in using your Facebook account, which is not the case with the app. However, the rest of website works exactly like the app. The design is similar and easy to use, only the messaging for the desktop version has been optimized for convenience. Unlike in the app, the desktop version allows you to view your match’s profile while having a chat.
For now, the services are not available everywhere. The design is being tested in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Indonesia, Italy, the Philippines, and Sweden. The company is also interested in the prospects of logging in through SMS in some markets. Presumably, the desktop version will launch globally soon.