Tinder’s New Subscription ‘Tinder Gold’ Will Show Your Likes Before Swiping

Dating app Tinder is becoming more trendier than before! The location-based mobile app has announced its latest subscription, called Tinder Gold, which would enable its existing premium members to get additional perks. As per the subscription, you can see who has liked you before you swipe left or right on them.

Tinder Gold
The Gold service is being tested in a couple of markets, including Mexico, Argentina, Australia and Canada, and is expected to roll out worldwide very soon.

Tinder Gold will allow its members to get the access to the same services Tinder Plus offers, which includes five Super Likes per day, Rewind, one Boost per month, Passport and Unlimited Likes.

The feature also allows you to see the members who have swiped right on you ahead of time. There were several third-party apps, such as Flame for Tinder, which used to provide this opportunity, but now, for the first time, the feature has been included in an official release. It is expected that this latest feature will make the dating process even smoother than it is now. However, in order to communicate with other members, you still have to match.

Currently, the service is being tested in a couple of markets, including Mexico, Argentina, Australia and Canada. The developers have not yet confirmed how much the subscription will cost. Also, it is still unknown whether this subscription will be available for non-plus users or not. However, this much is known that the price of Tinder Gold will go down based on the duration you choose, with deductions available for 12 months and six months plans, as per Tech Crunch.

This is being considered another scheme by the app to cash in on its popularity. Even though the app has come under fire in the past for supporting harassing behavior and giving preference to more “desirable” users, it remains one of the most popular apps in its category, with over 50 million active users. The app, which was launched in 2012, is one of the first “swiping apps,” which lets users use swipe motion to perform an action.

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