So many thirsty Tinder users, so little time.
If only there were a way to sort the wheat from the chaff. The diamonds from the rough. The paying users from the cheapskates — apparently so.
It was something nobody really asked for, but in the interests of romance (and monetisation) Tinder has begun trialling a new service called Tinder Boost. Its mission? To allow paying users to skip the line, appearing as one of the first profiles when someone opens the app.
When using Tinder Boost, a user’s profile will appear first thing (or close to it) for fellow users in your area, for a whopping 30 minutes. The brand says that equals up to 10 times more profile views. Read more…