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This article was published on February 2, 2015

Paid version of Tinder arriving in US next month with undo button and more

Paid version of Tinder arriving in US next month with undo button and more
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Tinder has quietly been working on a paid version of its service, Tinder Plus, which adds an undo button and the ability to search outside your location.

It looks like it’s close to launching, with Techcrunch reporting today that the company released app updates for the service touting the new features, but those aren’t available for users to use just yet in the US.

Tinder Plus has been in testing in some markets, like the UK, Brazil and Germany where pricing can be anywhere from $0.99 to $19.99. In the US, however, it will reportedly be available for $6.99 a month.

The report today says the features are still being tested but will be switched on for those in the US next month.

When we contacted Tinder for comment it simply said “The US is not one of the test markets” for Tinder Plus and “Mid-March is still our launch goal.”

➤ Tinder Plus, The Paid Version Featuring An Undo Button And More, Arrives In U.S. Next Month [Techcrunch]