While the mobile app capabilities of Tinder mean we've been able to get swipe happy on-the-go, for some, this isn't always the case. Lack of phone storage, mobile data and and the general day-to-day mean we can't always be on our phone — because, hello, responsibilities.
This is all about to change with Tinder Online, a desktop friendly version of the app that can be accessed from any web browser, anywhere in the world. It looks and feels like the original app version, however instead of swiping, users use arrow keys to flick through potential matches, and drag them to the right or left to like or pass. In an effort to encourage more conversation, a message bar will also be displayed on the left of the screen at all times.
Tinder online is currently being tested in a handful of countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, Italy, and Sweden. You can take a look at a demo version of the site, as well as some screenshots below. Watch this space for when it goes live in Australia.