The new aggregator-sorter app for iOS and Android is expected to be launched to other European countries soon.
Tendr, a Tinder style aggregator-sorter app for investors, has been launched in the UK. The app is designed to let investors know about new businesses they might be interested in through a single interface.
The app pulls project listing from several equity crowdfunding platforms including Angel List UK, Crowdcube, Seedrs, Crowdfunder, and Funding Tree.
It has a Tinder-style snap-decision sorting mechanism where users can swap through the projects, just as they do on Tinder to find their match.
The app also notifies about new projects through alerts.
However, the creators said that they do not favour any particular project by making recommendations, and it is a purely an aggregation service that derives publicly available information into a mobile application.
Tech Crunch cited Tender founder Lex Deak as saying: "Tendr removes friction, thereby increasing efficiency in deal sourcing.
"It is a useful tool for investors who are currently having to access up to a dozen platforms individually, it is also a nice lightweight channel for entrepreneurs and the wider start-up ecosystem for staying abreast of trends and what’s hot.
"As we grow we’ll be able to offer unsurpassed insight into how groups invest together and which deals are most popular."
The app consists of few filters to allow users to check platforms they would like to see deals from.