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It’s also meant to offer Tinder power users the option to do their swiping and messaging on desktop, which is far easier on power users than a mobile app. Now you can toggle between spreadsheets and Super Likes in a flash. But the company now serves 196 countries across the world, and is learning to be flexible when it comes to giving people options about how they use Tinder.
And, according to the blog post, Tinder Online is meant to serve users who are tied up at their computer, either in class or at work, and want to switch between Tinder tabs and actual productivity. As far as privacy is concerned, Tinder says that the only information it collects about users who log on to Tinder Online is location via the browser.
Tinder Online still requires that you sign on to your account through Facebook, and it doesn’t include any of Tinder’s revenue features like Tinder Boost or Super Like, for now. While the branding message of Tindering during class or work is questionable, the product itself makes a lot of sense.