Tinder Looks To Turn On Revenue Spigot

Los Angeles-based swipe-right, swipe-left dating app developer Tinder is looking to start turning on the revenue spigot, with plans to launch a new premium service, the company revealed Monday. According to Tinder CEO Sean Rad, in an interview with Forbes, the company will roll out a premium service in early November to add more match-making to the service. Details on those exact services were not announced. The new features apparently revolve around using Tinder while traveling, and reaching out to people in other cities.