Swiping right on Tinder is a simple to tell someone that you like them, but what if you want them to know that you really, really, really, really, really like them? That's what Super Like is for, a swipe up (or blue star) that signifies that you're developing more than a passing interest in another person. The feature was trialled in Australia last month and now it's being pushed out to Tinder users all across the globe. According to TechCrunch, Tinder CEO Sean Rad claimed that the option is encouraging more people to start paying for Tinder Plus. Unlike regular swipes, Super Like is a once-a-day type affair, which means that you have to be choosy as to who you want to bear your soul to. If you're a Tinder Plus user, however, you are entitled to use the button five times -- although that could prove costly if you're over Tinder's desirable age range.
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