No shit, Tinder is coming to a desktop near you.
The swiping dating app that many have relied on for hookups, life partners and instant regrets released a demo video of what it will entail on Tuesday.
Of course, instead of using your finger, you will be using a mouse. And unless they can see your screen, everyone will just assume you’re hard at work.
The company’s reason for doing this is to “save space” on mobile phones, and they are currently testing it in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, and Sweden.
Thank goodness the irony of desktop was not lost on them, and their short video campaign on Twitter showcased just how it would “work”:
Tinder Online. Coming soon to a desktop near you. pic.twitter.com/PZdTiTiQAB
— Tinder (@Tinder) March 28, 2017
However, to showcase the app’s real desktop potential, Tinder released another video:
How cool does that interface look, though?
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