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Tinder Gold: Now Pay And See Who Is Swiping You In The App

Now in Tinder you can know who have already liked you with new paid service

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The Swipe-tastic dating app Tinder has just launched a new ‘Tinder Gold’ service which may kill the whole swiping suspense of the app.

Tinder Gold is the new paid- service introduced by the app which allows users to know who have swipe right on them among other benefits. The subscribed membership of service will tell the users who liked them along with the access to the features like passport, Rewind, unlimited likes, super likes.

The Tinder Plus service was originally tested in few countries such as Australia, Canada, Mexico, and Argentina. Now the feature has rolled out to the users swiping across the globe.

“Think of it as your personal Swipe Right concierge available 24/7 bringing all of your pending matches to you, and Now you can sit back, enjoy a fine cocktail, and browse through profiles at your leisure.” Tinder quoted during the launch.

The Rewind feature lets you go back to any faulty swipe or undo any swipe you have done.This feature gives the privilege to swipe again anyone that you have swiped away accidentally, so no more missed connections. The second addition is Passport, which is pretty interesting, this option lets you swipe through people from another city to set a future dates.This feature is very efficacious for the users who travel a lot and wished to plan a date prior to their visit to a new location.

Another two more paid feature of Tinder Gold are unlimited likes and super likes, the former provides you a large number of likes by breaking the restrictions on the number of likes. You will also get five super likes per day, which help you notifying the person you swipe up that you “Super like them” and impatiently waiting for their attention.

“Some users have a lot of time to spend swiping and connecting with new people, but we’ve found that others want to maximize the time they’re able to spend on the app, and Likes You gives those users a way to swipe, match, and start chatting seamlessly” said Brian Norgard, the Tinder Chief Product Officer. The company also claims that almost 1.6 million swipes go down by the global users.

Tinder also told Buzzfeed in an interview that during the testing period the users with Tinder Gold acquires 60% more matches than the free version of the app. The subscription of the Tinder Gold will cost you $4.99 on both iOS and Android app stores.

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