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Forget 3D Touch on iPhone 6S, Tinder now has a ‘Super Like’ swipe

With all of the talk of the new 3D Touch feature on the new iPhone 6S, you may have missed Tinder’s newest touch-centric feature addition on Wednesday.

The ‘dating’ app has updated its app with a new ‘Super Like,’ which enables folks to swipe up (no jokes about getting it up here, ok?) on a profile rather than the traditional swipe right.

If you Super Like someone they’ll see a stamp saying as much when they happen across your profile, whereas before all likes were anonymous until they were reciprocated.

If they choose to like you too, that’ll be considered a ‘Super Like’ match made in heaven by Tinder and we’d imagine you’ll be getting down to business pretty soon… Sorry, chatting, meeting and falling in love.

“We wanted Super Likes to be really special while making sure everyone can use them, so to start we’re giving Tinder users one Super Like to send each day. You can’t bank Super Likes, so use your daily Super Like, and use it wisely,” the company wrote on its official blog.

The company said this can be used on a “special someone,” that you’ve never met. Perfect.

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