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There's a secret version of Tinder for hot people and you can't use it
Tinder seems to be operating a secretive, invite-only tier of its hugely popular dating app. TechCrunch reports that for over six months, the company has been quietly (and very slowly) growing what it calls Tinder Select, a version of Tinder that a source described as exclusive to “celebrities and people who do really well on [regular] Tinder.” It's not a completely separate app, but rather a separate layer of the core Tinder app that the chosen ones can toggle on and off at will.
It's currently unknown how Tinder decides who should graduate from Tinder for the masses and gain access to Tinder Select. TechCrunch says that the existing pool of users consists of “CEOs, super models, and other hyper-attractive/upwardly affluent types,” which sounds like a miserable, artificial hellscape if you ask me. Very reminiscent of The League.
Either way, sorry, regular humans... you've got no easy in right now. Invitees are allowed to “nominate” another person to join the Tinder Select ranks (yes, that's really what it's called), but that nominee can't extend the same courtesy to anyone else — it's just one hop. Visually, Tinder Select has its own style with navy blue color accents replacing the pinkish orange accents that us common folk see. When reached for comment on Tinder Select by TechCrunch, the IAC-owned company unsurprisingly kept mum.