Last month Tinder introduced a new kind of swipe called “Super Like,” it adds another swipe to the app that’s has solely relied on left and right swipes ever since it emerged on the scene. The idea behind this new swipe was to provide users a way to show their interest in a potential match even before they swipe. Tinder announced today that it has now rolled out Super Like to all users across the globe.
Super Like works by swiping up on a profile or tapping the new blue star icon on a Tinder profile, the user then receives a notification about that Super Like and they can decide whether or not they want to swipe right on your profile to match.
Tinder had initially rolled out this feature in Australia only but now it has decided to give all users of the hookup app across the globe access to Super Like.
The key here is to not go overboard and for that reason Tinder has limited all users to just one Super Like per day and since they can’t be banked, if you don’t use the one today don’t expect to have two tomorrow.
Given that Tinder has been trying to create new revenue streams perhaps the company might allow users more Super Likes in the future provided that they pay for them, but this is purely speculation at this point.