You could soon swipe through matches from any device thanks to a new website from Tinder.

The popular dating app has today announced the arrival of Tinder Online, a site that lets users access a simplified version of the app, according to the Daily Mail.

Tinder Online is not yet available in the US or UK, but a global roll-out may take place if testing is successful.

Currently it is only available in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Philippines, Italy, and Sweden.

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"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," said a spokesperson for Tinder.

"Mobile phones not allowed in class? Just fire up your laptop and swipe incognito."

The website doesn't include special features such as Super Likes or Tinder Boost.

The display of the website closely matches that of the mobile device.

Users can swipe through nearby matches using the mouse of their computer and start conversations on the website.

Tinder said the online site makes chatting to matches "more seamless than ever".

"If you're on your desktop: it's an experience specially designed for messaging, displaying your match's profile as you chat," a spokesperson said.

They added that users without Facebook will be able to log on to the online site using an SMS message.

Tinder has also made a few subtle changes to the language used on its website and app.

The app used to say "Keep Playing" in large letters after a match was made, leading to some to suggest that Tinder is more of a game than a dating service.

But now Tinder has changed that message to "Keep Swiping", which appears on the screen in smaller letters.

Brian Norgard, head of product and revenue at Tinder, said: "Tinder is present in more than 190 countries, and we've created new connections in every single one of them.

"With Tinder Online, we're thrilled to make the Tinder experience accessible and available for more users than ever, on any device, any platform, and through any browser."

He added that Tinder Online was ideal for those who do not have enough storage space for the app on their phone.

The app uses around 128MB of storage on an iPhone.