Tinder, the free mobile dating app, is expanding its reach – for their benefit and presumably somehow for ours. Tinder CEO and cofounder Sean Rad announced at Forbes Under 30 Summit that the company will launch a “premium service” in November.Rad didn’t reveal much about the premium service, but hinted that Tinder is looking to move beyond dating. “We are adding features users have been begging us for,” said Rad, sounding much like a bad Tinder date. Premium Tinder will probably let users break away from those rigid location limits to swipe users in lands far, far away. If there’s one thing people will pay for, it’s long-distance relationships.The current Tinder app will remain free and unchanged … at least until they find a way to charge us for shirtless selfies.