How to Download Grindr for PC?

Are you looking to find a friend or even a romantic partner in the LGBT community? Grindr is a social networking and dating app — and it allows you to find users near you. It’s currently only available on Android and iOS, but we’ve found an easy way to download Grindr for PC as well.

 

How to Download Grindr for PC?

Features

– Profile customization

– Block other users

– Star feature to add users as favorites

– Group chat

– Search filters

– Private photo-sharing

– Ability to send your location

– Grindr XTRA premium version

– Quick reporting feature

– Browse users through swiping


System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 7 OS or later

Processor: At least Intel i5 with Virtualization Technology enabled or its AMD equivalent

RAM: 4GB or more

Storage: 6GB available space

Graphics Card: Any updated GPU with support for OpenGL 2.0+

Internet Speed: Broadband or faster


How to Download Grindr for Computer?

Option 1: Using BlueStacks 4

Step 1: Search for an internet download manager online and download it.

Step 2: Go to the BlueStacks website here.

Step 3: Click ‘Download BlueStacks v 4.50 for Windows’.

Step 4: Wait for the installer file to finish downloading.

Step 5: Double-click the downloaded installer file.

Step 6: Go to ‘Customize installation’ to change the app location.

Step 7: Accept the Software license indicated at the lower right area.

Step 8: Click the ‘Install Now’ button.

Step 9: Wait for the installation to complete.

Step 10: Check the box next to ‘Autostart upon completion’.

Step 11: Click ‘Complete’.

Step 12: Finish the one-time setup.

Step 13: Choose a language when the Welcome screen pops up.

Step 14: Use your Google account to sign in.

Step 15: Go to the Search Bar at the upper left portion of the app.

Step 16: Type ‘Grindr’ and select the appropriate icon.

Step 17: Wait for BlueStacks 4 to get you to the Google Play Store page of Grindr.

Step 18: Click ‘Install’.

Step 19: Go back to the My Apps tab.

Step 20: Click the Grindr app icon to begin using the app on your PC.


Option 2: Using MEmu Play

Step 1: Go to the MEmu website here.

Step 2: Click ‘Download Online Installer’ to get the latest version.

Note that you can also scroll down the page and look for the download button for the Multiple Instances version of MEmu Play. This allows you to open several Grindr accounts all at once.

Step 3: Right-click on the installer file and choose ‘Run as administrator’.

Step 4: Choose your preferred language.

Step 5: Accept the User Agreement.

Step 6: Click ‘Install’.

Step 7: Wait for the installation process to complete.

Step 8: Click ‘Launch’.

Step 9: Click the Google Play app icon.

Step 10: Sign in to the Google Play Store with your Google Account.

Step 11: Type in ‘Grindr’ in the search bar.

Step 12: Click the first result.

Step 13: Select ‘Install’ once you’re on the Grindr page of the Google Play Store.

Step 14: Click ‘Open’ once it’s finished installing to begin using Grindr.


FAQs About Using Grindr for PC

1) Why can’t I find the Gaymojis when I’m using the app on my computer?

The Gaymojis are found on a separate app that’s available on both iOS and Android. Thus, you have to go the Google Play Store using either of the two Android emulators we mentioned. Search for ‘Gaymoji’ and download it so that you can use over 500 of the stickers on Grindr.

2) Where is the ReCaptcha Verify Button?

If you cannot find the verify button, it may be due to the zoom level of your computer. Zooming in too much can make it disappear. Sometimes, it’s the Grindr app itself that is zoomed in. In this case, we recommend going to the Google Play Store and checking if you have the updated version.

3) How can I stop the Grindr app notifications from appearing on the emulator?

Open the Android emulator and then go to the Grindr app. Click your profile. Next, click the gear icon at the upper right section. Click ‘Notification Settings’ and select ‘disable’ for sound or vibration notifications. Likewise, you can also disable notifications for both individual and group conversations.

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