Meet Farmder: Tinder for Farmers’ dating app launches in the UK, helping singletons in rural areas find love
Most big cities are full of single men and women, looking for love; no wonder that singletons in small towns and rural areas could hardly find true love. The problem remains to be a common issue not only in the USA, but also in the United Kingdom. However, Tinder for Farmers, earlier developed mostly for American auditory, now offers a new platform for Britons. Tinder for Farmers’ dating app launches in the UK, helping singletons in rural areas find love much easier.
The new application, known as Farmder, has been successfully launched in the UK. The program’s design has much in common with Tinder, the world famous dating platform. The main principle of finding a match is incredibly simple: swiping left on the profile indicates you do not like it, while swiping right means you find the person attractive.
Although the new solution is focused on those who are fond of rural landscapes and farming, it is designed not only for those in the countryside. The app might also meet the needs of city dwellers, who are tired of urban life and looking for a new life. Finding true love and moving to the farm can drastically change the lives of those people.
Michelle Li, the founder of Farmder, believes that finding love in the rural areas is absolutely real. Not to mention, one of the app’s additional features is a function of uploading photos and adding statuses, which is similar to Facebook. Therefore, Farmder’s users are able to share the bright moments of living on a farm with their friends and possible matches.
Currently, an application is already available for downloading for Apple devices.