Swipe, swipe, swipe ... oh, shoot. Users of the dating app Tinder know the pain of accidentally swiping left to reject a potential match -- and now, they can "undo" the move to get their would-be soulmates back.
But that's only if they're willing to pay for Tinder's new premium Plus accounts announced Thursday. According to a company blog post, Tinder Plus adds the two features users have requested most: Undo, which lets users take back their last swipe to reject or approve a match, and Passport, which allows them to check out matches in places far from their current location.
Tinder Plus will be available to all users by the end of the year as an in-app subscription, the company said. But Tinder didn't reveal how much the premium version will cost, leaving the price of love TBD.
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