New ‘Tinder For Threesomes’ App Is Going To Double Your Sex With The Half Million In Funding It Just Raised


There’s a new London-based Tinder competitor on the market and it’s going to get you twice the sex. How is this new upstart hook up app going to get you 2x the nookie? Because unlike 1-on-1 Tinder 3nder (pronounced ‘Thrinder’) is designed to facilitate threesomes, and they’ve just secured $500,000 in funding. 3nder is the ‘Tinder for threesomes’ the entire world has been waiting for.

Tinder = old and tired.
3nder = the new hotness.

3nder users are already sending over 1.2 million messages per month and swiping over 4 million times, so this is no joke, threesomes are happening thanks to this glorious app. Here’s the app description from the iTunes download page:

Features
– It works for couples and singles
– No real names
– Hide from Facebook friends
– Exchange ephemeral photos
– Create group chats
– Know when someone liked you
– No advertising

* What media is saying:
“Have you grown tired of Tinder? No longer hooked on Hinge? Sick of gadding about on Grindr? Well, if you’re on the hunt for a new dating app with a new twist, say hello to 3nder…” — Time.com

“It’s a good time for 3nder to launch: A worldwide study released last year by the Metro publication showed 20 percent of people have had a threesome — up from 14 percent a decade ago.” — NY Post

As seen on Cosmopolitan, Vice, New York Magazine, NBC, The Independent, Huffington Post, Salon and many others.

Only 20% of people have threesomes?!?! Why the hell is that number so low?!

Currently the app is only available on iTunes, but it’s coming any day now for Android, and there is an Android waiting list for those of you who want to get in as early as possible:

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So who’s using 3nder? According to the NYPost it’s all millennials:

3nder’s smallish subscriber base is a motivated one that’s willing to pay its monthly fee of nearly $13. Revenue is up 500 percent this year, and “it’s all organic, we haven’t done any marketing or advertising,” Trifonov told The Post.
Nearly a third of the accounts created on 3nder are couples, and most are millennials, according to Trifonov.

It is a monthly fee of $13, so you’re going to get users who are actively interested in having threesomes to the point that they’re willing to pay for the service. I’m not sayin’ you bros should download the app NOW, but if you’re looking to have threesomes, aka ‘twice the sex’, then you should probably download it now.