Tinder is testing an interface called "Tinder Online," which brings the popular dating app to your web or mobile browser.
If you've ever felt like using Tinder on your phone wasn't enough, you'll soon be able to swipe to your heart's content on your computer.
Tinder is currently testing an interface called "Tinder Online," which brings the popular dating app to your web or mobile browser.
In my first look at the beta version, Tinder Online doesn't improve much on the iconic swiping interface. Truth be told, it's more fun to swipe on your phone. But chatting on your computer feels a lot more convenient, so I can see the potential that Tinder Online might make it easier to keep up with your matches.
To get to Tinder Online, all you'll have to do is navigate to Tinder.com once it's in your area. Tinder is currently testing the web version of the app in the following countries: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, Italy, and Sweden.
Tinder Online is not yet available in the United States, but the company says if user response in the test markets is good it will expand.
Here's a video introducing the feature: