The hookup app is labeling itself as a lifestyle brand with a new digital magazine featuring user-generated content

Grindr has been busy recently, with the launch of their new dirty emojis and creating a photo book called Home, centered around affectionate moments shared with men and their partners. Now the popular dating application has launched its new digital magazine called Into.

The magazine will feature user-generated content, including work posted by well-known artists, such as photographers Michael Bailey Gates and Ren Hang. Featuring shorts posts varying from subjects across humor, travel, nightlife, culture and music, the magazine will encourage the Grindr community to participate.

Into is accepting submissions for writers, photographers, filmmakers, and other creatives to contribute.

Into

Grindr has been busy recently, with the launch of their new dirty emojis and creating a photo book called Home, centered around affectionate moments shared with men and their partners. Now the popular dating application has launched its new digital magazine called Into.

The magazine will feature user-generated content, including work posted by well-known artists, such as photographers Michael Bailey Gates and Ren Hang. Featuring shorts posts varying from subjects across humor, travel, nightlife, culture and music, the magazine will encourage the Grindr community to participate.