Have you been hooked on Tinder, enjoying the left and right swipes and getting to know (read: flirting with) people that you’re attracted to? If you are and want more from the app, your wish is going to be Tinder’s command.
Sources have indicated that the makers of Tinder have got a paid version of the app in the works, and it will be one that offers more functionality instead of just the swipe and chat features many of you might be accustomed to.
It’s apparently been in test mode for some time now, and will possibly be first rolled out in the US before hitting global app stores. TechCrunch first spotted some information about the impending app on Tinder’s most recent update, which included information of an undo button and Passport.
Naturally, this would mean that Tinder Plus would boast a much-requested and needed Undo tab, which would enable you swipe-happy fingered people to retrace your move and un-swipe a person.
On the other hand, Passport will let you expand on your search scope to include a wider range of people.
Tinder told TechCrunch that the rollout would only happen sometime between mid-to-late March, and that’s only across the US. In addition, it claimed that since Tinder Plus isn’t yet ready for a consumer launch, the text on the app’s description would be edited to reflect it.
Pricing details have yet to be divulged too, although some sources have hinted that the monthly subscription to the service would cost US$6.99 (around S$10). But what’s cost when it comes to finding true love, right?
[Source: Business Insider]