HUFFINGTON POST - Apr 24 - The app, which launched last month and is currently free, operates just like Tinder. Transdr's co-founder Sean Kennedy described the app as "a new place for trans people who are looking for serious relationships." Transdr arrives at a time when existing apps have already expanded their services to include trans users. In 2016, Tinder announced an update that made it possible for users to specify gender identities like "transgender," "trans man," "trans woman," and "gender queer." Grindr followed suit last November, offering users customizable gender identity and pronoun fields.