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For $ 9.99 a month, those accidental left swipes that left you questioning whether you missed your one shot at everlasting romance –or at least a good night out- don’t have to be a problem anymore.
One of the biggest benefits that the company promotes in both their official press release and in their promotional video is the idea that if you wanted to swipe right and match yourself up with a potential partner, but swiped the wrong way and passed on him or her, the action can now be reversed through the “Undo” function.
That’s not the only addition, though. In Plus, the company has also introduced a “Passport” function.
“Passport lets you change your location to match with people around the world,” the official release stated. “Swipe, match and chat with Tinder users in a destination of your choice. Navigate between your current location and new destinations.”
Those under 28 will pay four pounds a month while those over 28 will pay 14 pounds a month.
Some critics and users have called the decision utterly sexist, and Tinder has yet to respond to questions from various newspapers including The Guardian as to why they introduced two different price tags.