If you’re into swiping left and right, you will soon be able to do so from any device. As part of Tinder’s ongoing effort to make it’s service more accessible to the global community, here’s Tinder Online. The Tinder for any device, any browser, anywhere in the world.
Anyone who’s on Tinder, understands its limitations. Poor 3G or 4G, bad service, low memory on your mobile device… even insufficient batter power to get you through the day. All are now becoming a thing of the past for Tinder users. Because Tinder Online has just rolled out, allowing you to do some swiping from the comfort of your desktop, as long as you have an internet connection, that is.
Tinder Online promises to not “let life get in the way of your Tinder game.” It might be a little more limited than the app version, but it’s still pretty much the same thing. And yes! It’s very practical, and
[quote]a fun, new web experience and your English professor’s worst nightmare. Mobile phones not allowed in class? Just fire up your laptop and swipe incognito. Cubicle life got you down? Now you can toggle between spreadsheets and Super Likes in a flash. “Not Enough Storage?” Not a problem. [/quote]
And it’s simple to use. Just visit Tinder.com from any browser window, and you can enjoy Tinder Online in the same way you enjoy your Android or iOS app – log in with Facebook as usual, and start swiping. If you’re new to Tinder, you will start by crafting the perfect catchy bio and adding some images of yourself. The rest is much simpler.
Swipe by dragging to the left or right, or press the relevant buttons to indicate if you like someone or not. As soon as you get a match, you can start messaging as usual.
[quote]And that last step is more seamless than ever before if you’re on your desktop: it’s an experience specially designed for messaging, displaying your match’s profile as you chat.[/quote]
Tinder Online is being tested in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, and Sweden – so don’t expect to see it if you’re outside these countries. For places in the world that don’t have good access to Facebook. Tinder is testing the ability to log in via SMS directly from your mobile phone.
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