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Grindr: The popular LGBTQ+ dating app has launched a desktop version

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Grindr has announced a new desktop option. Since its release in 2009, the popular dating app has become one of the biggest social media platforms for the LGBTQ+ community.

While users can log on to thee platform anywhere around the world, it has only been made available in a mobile app form… until now.

On 11 May, Grindr announced a new desktop version of the popular platform, Grindr Web.  “Now you can browse and chat from the comfort of your own laptop or on the go via your mobile browser,” they revealed via a press release.

Under the desktop feature, users have access to larger photos “to match the often larger screens of desktop and laptop computers.” Grindr Web will also display six profiles on a user’s screen versus the app’s usual three-profile display.  “Grindr Web makes it easier to chat with potential connections, letting you chat while also browsing the grid (for the multitaskers among us) all from your keyboard and including shortcuts,” the company explained.

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