Tinder’s popular dating app is now accessible via online web. Today, the love-matching company announced a desktop version of its app dubbed Tinder Online. The new platform is pegged as “your English professor’s worst nightmare” since it allows you peruse through potential dates in a classroom, office or any setting where mobile phones are out of reach. Rather than swiping, users will need to click and drag a potential match’s card to the left or right.
If interested, you will need to head over to Tinder’s official website and log in/sign up with your Facebook account. Moreover, Tinder claims that users can chat with your prospective match as you view his or her profile. Tinder Online is currently being tested in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the Philippines, Italy and Sweden. The service is slated to release globally soon.
Check out the demo above and be sure to learn more about Tinder Select, the “elite” version with CEOs, supermodels and the ultra rich.