New Tinder Feature Lets You See Who Has Liked You Before You Swipe

Good news Tinder fans, you'll now be able to see who has swiped right on you, before you swipe on them. Meaning more guaranteed matches. Meaning you might not die alone. What a time to be alive, eh?

Think of all the time you'll be able to save on finger swiping. You'll be able to join a gym or learn to cook, or any number of things you've been putting off in favour of endlessly swiping. Not to mention lowering your risk of Tinder-related repetitive strain injury.

You'll also be able to retire this little gadget:


Although, perhaps if the effort of swiping right on a screen is a little too much for you, then you're not ready to meet someone off Tinder? Just a thought.

Anyway, the new update, which has been trialled in other countries, has only been made available in the good ol' UK recently.

Credit: Tinder

It means you'll be able to see all the people who have already fallen for your Tinder-charms listed in a grid titled 'Likes you', before you choose to swipe right or left, which is great position to be in.

However, like everything in life, it comes at a price - £4.66 a month, for Tinder Gold. But can you put a price on true love/hook up with someone you never want to see again? Arguably, no, you cannot.

Credit: Tinder

And let's be honest with ourselves, everyone becomes more attractive when you know they fancy you. That's just human nature. So you're going to end up with 100% match rate.


Tinder Gold users will also enjoy other perks like becoming one of the top profiles in your area for half an hour, unlimited likes, five extra 'super likes' a day and the ability to 'undo' any swipe.

Happy swiping.

Featured Image Credit: Tinder

Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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