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Tinder Will Let US Users Pay To See Who Likes Them

August 29, 2017
BY BuzzFeed - Alex Kantrowitz

Tinder is going to start letting users in the US see who likes them — no swiping necessary.

The popular dating app, downloaded by over 100 million people, is offering this feature at around $4.99 for most users (but still testing) as part of its Tinder Gold product, which debuts in the US today. Already live in a number of countries including Australia and Germany, Tinder Gold nets its users an average of 60% more matches vs. users of Tinder's free version, the company told BuzzFeed News. Instead of swiping with suspense, these users can navigate to a "Likes You" section of the app where the company says they can see everyone who's liked them. "Think of it as your personal Swipe Right concierge — available 24/7 — bringing all of your pending matches to you," the company said in a blog post.

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