Tinder has made over 13m non-binary matches on the dating app since expanding its gender options last November.
The dating app announced plans to expand its gender settings last year, going beyond its previous choice of just Man or Woman by adding a new More section.
After rolling out the feature in the US, the UK and Canada, the expanded gender options were recently made available in France, Spain and Germany during Pride Month.
These European launches came after Tinder worked with Transgender Europe, Inter-LGBT, FELGTB and dgti.
And there have now been over 13m non-binary matches made on Tinder since first introducing the feature, according to co-founder and President Sean Rad.
Speaking to Metro, Rad said: “Our goal is to provide a product that gives our transgender and gender non-conforming users a better experience on Tinder.
“We’re really excited about the update and believe it is the right step to take as a company to create more meaningful connections between all of our users.”
Read more about the expanded gender options here.