For its users who have been swiping right to no avail, Tinder yesterday unveiled a new paid version aimed to help romance seekers find their matches.
Tinder Plus will cost $10 a month for users under 30 and $19.99 a month for users older than 30.
It offers new features meant to boost engagement among users and increase the app's overall functionality. Tinder Moments, for example, are photo messages that get sent to all of a user's matches.
Another, which was reportedly highly requested from users, is a Rewind Function. It allows users to view the last person they swiped left on -- which turns down a match -- to get a second look.
"If have accidentally swiped left on someone you want to get to know, they're no longer lost in the Tindersphere forever," Tinder wrote on its blog.
A third new feature is a Tinder Passport, which allows for worldwide matches instead of limiting users to a designated range around their current location. Passport allows users to take their experience beyond dating.
"Whether you're planning vacations and business trips or simply expanding your social network, with Passport, you're swiping before you arrive," Tinder said.