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"I've been on Tinder for over a year and I've only ever gotten four matches," I once proclaimed to a table full of people.
"And only one of those has ever responded to a message." Upon hearing this information, a gay male friend cheerfully snatched my phone out of my hands and opened the app."What? Your settings must be wrong." And then he actually proceeded to double check whether or not I had been doing Tinder correctly.
Transdr confirmed to Pink News that one of the app’s co-founders was trans.
“Our team has a trans person who is dedicated to product and marketing.
The most important thing for a dating app is to get as many new users as possible to give its users more choices.
“If we are doing well in bringing new users to Transdr, our users will be able to find the right person easier and quicker.
Transdr said that they had planned to include a non-binary option, but that it was removed by mistake and would be added to a subsequent update.
Related: Grindr finally apologises after HIV data row The app had previously said that Transdr was for trans people and their “admirers,” prompting criticism of the app for encouraging “chasers” – that is, people who fetishise trans people – and not keeping the app exclusive.
“We would argue that [being easily found on search engines] also contributes to the user experience.
Although Tinder, Grindr and Ok Cupid allow users to list their identity as transgender, as a trans man, trans woman, and gender queer, there has not been an explicitly trans dating app space to date.
Transdr co-founder Sean Kennedy recently introduced Pink News to the app by stating the need for an explicitly trans dating service, especially as other trans-friendly sites have closed.
We will make Transdr transgender friendly with his help,” co-founder Sean Kennedy said on Tuesday.
The app currently has 6,200 users internationally and will be available on Android platforms at a later date.