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Victoria’s Secret Angels Introduce Tinder’s New Aussie-Only ‘Super Like’ Feature

The extra keen swipe right you've been waiting for.
September 10, 2015, 2:39am
Images courtesy of Tinder

Tinder, everyone’s favourite app for Netflix and chill, has released a new feature. Called Super Like, it acts as an extra keen swipe right. It’s not just a regular like, it’s a cool like. The feature is now available exclusively in Australia before it will be rolled out globally later this year.

Super Like takes the form of a blue star logo, and when tapping it while sussing a potential mating partner’s profile, you’ll indicate to them that they stand out from all the other fish in the sea. They’ll be able to see that you’ve Super Liked them, possibly upping your chances of getting a match. Before you get any horny ideas, the Super Likes are capped. You'll only be allocated one a day, and no, you cannot accumulate them.

CEO Sean Rad says of the new feature, “Because they’re so limited in number, a Super Like, or a 'swipe up', sends a more powerful signal, conveying an especially high level of interest. People like to know that someone finds them special, and we think this will lead to even better matches.”

What’s more, Super Like comes with a super bizarre video featuring Victoria’s Secret Angels Erin Heatherton and Nina Agdal, creative directed by the team behind Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ video. The plot line is a little confusing, but be assured that everyone lives happily ever after.

Find out more about Super Like on Tinder's blog.

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