Paid version of Tinder offers undo, passport options

/ 06:56 PM February 03, 2015

MANILA, Philippines—Does your Tinder match look like your next mistake?

A paid version of dating app Tinder allows users to rectify their mistaken swipes in case they have a change of heart.


Dubbed as “Tinder Plus,” shelling out a few dollars will enable users to use “undo” to take back their last swipe and select “Passport” to find matches anywhere in the world, according to a report by Techcrunch.

Tinder Plus was rolled out in select countries such as the United Kingdom, Brazil and Germany last November. The additional services can be availed by Americans by March while Filipinos will have to wait by the year’s end.


In terms of pricing, Techcrunch reported through leaks that the Tinder Plus may cost $6.99 per month.

Aside from the said two options, Tinder Plus could also provide other features based on user feedback from the three test markets. AJH


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TOPICS: dating, social networking, techcrunch, technology, tinder plus
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