A new Tinder update is available everywhere with an option to deliver a Tinder Super Like that can result in a three times increase in a likely match and longer conversations with users you Super Like on Tinder.
What is a Tinder Super Like? It’s basically a Right Swipe on steroids that can result in better matches, more visibility and hopefully more Tinder connections.
Originally available in Australia, the latest Tinder update brings the Super Like to the U.S. and other countries starting today.
Here’s what you need to know about the new Super Like Option on Tinder.
What is a Tinder Super Like?
Tinder was a two-dimensional world of left swipes and right swipes, one bringing you closer and the other sending potential matches to the left never to be seen again.
With the new Tinder Super Like option you can now swipe up on a user to deliver a Super Like. This is the digital equivalent of a “like you, like you” note and according to the early stats it will help you get more matches and more conversations.
If someone you super liked swipes right on your profile it is an immediate match, which ups your chances at a connection. There is no fee to Super Like on Tinder, but there is a limit to how many Super Likes you can do a day.
Normal Tinder users can use one Super Like a day, but if you are a Tinder Plus user you get five Super Likes each day.
Tinder Plus is $10 a month if you are under $30 and $20 a month if you are over 30, with additional benefits like unlimited likes and the option to take back a swipe and browse other cities.
How to Super Like on Tinder
When looking at a user, you can now swipe up to Super Like the user on Tinder. If you are looking at a Tinder profile you can tap the blue star to Super Like them.
You cannot save Super Likes, so there is no reason to try to save them up for days and go on a Super Like spree.
When someone you Super Like is looking at your photo they will see a blue bar, a star and a message that you Super Liked them.