Keep swiping — you probably aren't going to find the most eligible royals on Tinder anytime soon. The dating app has reportedly been running a members-only version called Tinder Select for several months in secret, "meant to serve only the elite users on the app, including CEOs, super models, and other hyper-attractive/upwardly affluent types," TechCrunch reports.
The invite-only service has been around for at least six months although the company apparently does not have plans to announce its existence, perhaps out of concern that it will upset its user base. In addition to a pool of elite bachelors and bachelorettes, Tinder Select boasts a nicer design and allows users to toggle back and forth between both versions of Tinder.
"Keeping it secret … only adds to the exclusivity and the feeling of superiority for those invited," TechCrunch adds. "And obviously, it keeps those who have not been invited in ignorant bliss."
Tinder Select isn't the first time a dating app has thought to weed out anyone who isn't a supermodel or rich. The League is an invite-only dating app that only accepts people with desirable educations and professions and Luxy only matches singles making more than $200,000 a year and those "voted in" based on attractiveness.