Tinder- The new place to â€œSuper Likeâ€ Someone
€œThe dawn of the €˜dating apocalypse.’ € Yes, that is what people are calling €˜Tinder’ the new dating app. It has just recently revealed a new way to encourage users. Users everywhere will now have the capability to €œsuper like € someone on the app by simply swiping up. Super liking someone surely does not sound very comfortable, but we all know that Tinder never does anything in a dull way. Previously, users could only find out whether someone liked them if their swipe was reciprocated. Now Tinder will alert users if they’ve been super liked. (A little blue star will appear by the liker’s profile photo.) Don’t jump into a chaotic frenzy just now, Tinder is allowing non-paying users only one super like a day. So choose wisely! The new feature was launched in beta form in Australia some weeks ago. After getting approved there, Tinder concluded that super-like users were three times more likely to match and have lengthier interactions (up to 70 percent longer than regular matches). To publicize the launch, Tinder released a pseudo-superhero trailer starring models Erin Heatherton and Nina Agdal.