You must have searched your love on the internet using Tinder. If you were quite lucky, you must have enjoyed your love life. Tinder makes it easier to join in and search your partner and go for a date.The popular dating app has today announced the inaugural of Tinder Online, a website that lets partners to operate a simplified version of the app used on mobile.Tinder Online is not yet available in the US or UK, but it will be available in every country after testing.Currently, you can access it in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, Italy, and Sweden.
Why the need of Tinder Web?
‘For all those who’ve ever been stuck in a lecture hall or had to endure an eight-hour workday without access to Tinder—this is for you,’ said a spokesperson for Tinder.
‘Mobile phones not allowed in class? Just fire up your laptop and swipe incognito.’
This is good for students or employees working on the computer when they cannot use their mobile phones. This will surely help people who are more flexible with computers and laptops. If you want to swipe on a big screen, this is best for you.
The website doesn’t have some app features like Super Likes or Tinder Boost.
The display and font of the website closely resembles to that of the app.
Users can swipe through nearby best matches using the mouse or touchpad of their computer and start conversations on the website.
You can Login without Facebook login and will be able to log on to the online site using an SMS message with an OTP.Website has also made some important changes to the language used on its website and app.When you find a match on app is shows ‘Keep Playing’ in large letters, leading to some to believe that it is more of a game than a dating app.But now, on the website, you will see the message ‘Keep Swiping’, which appears on the screen in smaller letters.
Tinder Online is best for those who don’t have enough internal storage space for the app on their phone.The app uses around 128MB of storage on an iPhone.(also read:Scientists Hacked The smallest and most Secured Computer: The Human Cell)