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TechCrunchAs Rafiki once said, "It is time." Tinder Gold, the dating app's new premium subscription tier (which includes a feature that lets you see who's already liked you without any swiping) is finally rolling out to the U.S. Tinder Gold and Likes You were originally tested in Argentina, Australia, Canada and Mexico at the end of June.
The VergeTinder Gold, a paid tier of the dating app, is coming to the US after months of testing in limited markets including Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, and Germany. In the US, the paid subscription will be available for select iOS users starting today.
The VergeWhen Tinder released its upgraded, pay-for-perks version to iOS users, it was an immediate success. Tinder Gold shot to the number one spot in the top-grossing iOS apps within a single day; even today, more than two weeks later, it's only dropped to number two.
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Metroit's hard enough to stand out while competing against so many other potential love rivals, let alone land a date when you've finally matched with someone. President Trump insists 'no collusion with Russia' despite Flynn's guilty plea But an entrepreneur from London has come up with the ideal solution to that problem by creating a dating app where he is the o… See more
AskMenOne man has found a novel way to increase his luck on dating apps - by inventing one and making himself the only male user. Most men having a bit of a dry spell turn to Tinder, maybe ask a mate to set them up, or just ride it out like a trooper.
The VergeIn modern dating apps, it's normal to feel like you're just another face in a sea of photos. Even if you get a match, it can be difficult to reach a date, let alone a meaningful relationship. Wouldn't it be easier if you could just cut out the competition?
mirrorIt's that time of year again: a long, slow slide into Valentine's Day . For the loved-up ones among us, that means planning, lots of planning: presents, dinner out... perhaps even a ring? But for the single, it's an annual reminder that we remain alone, unloved and... let's not go on.