Tinder users will soon be able to pay for extra features that may not be related to dating.
The company is slated to roll out an update in November that adds extra paid features, CEO Sean Rad said in an interview with Forbes.
Rad did not elaborate on what the app’s upcoming changes would be, but he said the current service, which matches users based on who’s nearby, would not change
“Our core offering that you have right now is always going to remain free,” Rad said. “Next month we’re going to release a few premium features that we’re totally excited about. It’s two things that our users have been asking for for a very long time and we think there’s a great opportunity for us to introduce these features and because we’re confident the value is there…we’re going to charge for it.” …