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You Can Now Show You're Really Interested On Tinder By Swiping Up

Welcome to the age of swiping up.

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Tinder has announced a new feature that allows you to express your thirst more easily: the "Super Like".

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Tinder

Now, when viewing someone's Tinder profile, you can either swipe upwards or simply hit the blue star button to show that you ~Super Like~ them.

This doesn't mean you get any preferential treatment, though. If someone views your profile, and you've Super Liked them, a blue banner will show up underneath your photo – but they still have to swipe right to make a match.
Tinder

This doesn't mean you get any preferential treatment, though. If someone views your profile, and you've Super Liked them, a blue banner will show up underneath your photo – but they still have to swipe right to make a match.

Tinder users are only allowed one Super Like per day.

So use your swipe wisely – after all, you only get one soulmate.
Tinder

So use your swipe wisely – after all, you only get one soulmate.

It's currently only available in Australia, but Tinder promises that the feature will "roll out globally later this year".

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Can't wait.

Watch the full, very elaborate trailer for the new feature here:

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