Tinder Desktop is a version of Tinder which is designed to be used on a PC, or laptop, as the original was exclusively a mobile app.
There seems to be a lot of hype surrounding Tinder, and no doubt Tinder Desktop will only increase the buzz. To me, Tinder is perhaps the most soulless of dating apps, but it doesn't pretend to be much else, so I've got to give it some credit.
Users are presented with very little information about their suitors, usually just a name picture, and age before they say yay or nay. I've never had the joy of using Tinder myself, but it seems fairly obvious that Tinder is unlikely to help you find a meaningful relationship.
Tinder Desktop offers no variation from the original app. But, if you want easy access to a list of possible hook-ups, which you can browse when you should be hard at work, or if you think you’re in need of another social media platform that you can endlessly refresh, then maybe Tinder Desktop is for you.
However, using Tinder Desktop isn't without its risks. You should be careful about what information you divulge to your new 'friends', and always be extra cautious when meeting strangers.