At the present time Tinder, the online dating app, can only be accessed on a smartphone.
However, Tinder has announced it is rolling out Tinder Online, a website version of the service that will allow users to swipe left and right from their web browser.
The app, which was launched in 2012 wants to be able to access more people including those restricted by storage space on their devices or limited mobile data.
“Let’s face it: not all places on earth have 4G,” Tinder wrote in a blog post on the new version of the service.
“Some people can’t get bundled services, while others don’t have enough memory to support Tinder on their mobile phones.
“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.
“It’s easy. To start, visit Tinder.com from any browser and you’ll instantly recognize the same familiar flow.
“If you’re new to Tinder, login through Facebook, choose your best photos, write your perfect bio and start swiping.
“Once you see that signature ‘It’s a Match!’, it’s time to start messaging.
“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.”
The website version isn’t available everywhere, in fact it is only available in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, and Sweden, while the Thailand roll out of Tinder on desktop is expected in the coming months.