The dating app Tinder is set to implement a paid-for version that will enable users to undo previous choices, just in case they’ve missed out on prospective matches.
Tinder Plus will include a range of new features when it launches in the U.S. next month. Tinder hasn’t said when, or even if, the paid-for app will be available elsewhere, but we imagine it will.
Among these new features is Passport, which lets users search for matches in other cities. If heading home for the weekend, users will be able to search in advance for potential matches if they fancy a date. This breaks free from Tinder’s traditional selection process, which limits matches based on proximity.
Tinder also recently acquired photo-messaging firm Tappy. It can be expected that some Tappy features will arrive in the paid-for update.
Tinder Plus is currently scheduled to launch in the U.S. in mid-to-late March. Tinder has not revealed how much the app will cost.