Ah, the Tinder super-like button. That thing that happens when you first join Tinder and think that by swiping up in the middle you can just ignore someone and sit on the fence. How wrong you were.

The Super-like button is the modern day equivalent of having an annoying friend yell accross the room "SHE LIKES YOU, DUDE!" - so bad when it goes wrong (or happens accidentally) and kinda ok when it goes right. But there is also a question around it - Is super-liking someone a smart dating strategy or is it desperate? Turns out, it's actually the best strategy you can have on your side.

Stats released this week from Tinder shows that users are three times more likely to match with their crush if they hit Super-like. On top of that, Super-liking also must give some kind of a super-boost, as conversations via a Super-like last 70 per cent longer than a regular right swipe.

On top of that, Tinder also reckons that youth is the most rewarded quality by Super-likes, as women aged between 20-24 get the most Super-likes, and as for men, it's between 22-26.Oh, and apparently, the best time for Super-like attraction is a lonely Sunday night, between 6-8pm.  

Swiping right: To super-like or not super-like on Tinder?

 

Swiping right: To super-like or not super-like on Tinder?