Lonely hearts took to Twitter to complain about the mishap as the app stubbornly refused to get them back to swiping.
Tinder operates in almost 200 countries, across more than 40 different languages and with millions of users using its app every single day.
Fortnite Adds Vending Machines, Explosives Mode to Battle Royale
Another week has rolled around and that means a new set of weekly challenges for Fortnite Battle Royale's Battle Pass. Higher tiers will require more materials, with Epic tier weapons, for example, costing a staggering 500 materials.
Starting soon, Tinder's going to be embracing video by allowing users to upload two second clips of themselves to their dating profiles.
Facebook's CTO announced a slew of new privacy measures on Wednesday afternoon as a response to the ongoing criticism the social media company has faced regarding its handling of user data.
It said: "This was part of the changes that we announced today, and we are working with Tinder to address this issue".
Update - 7:30pm: A statement from a Tinder spokesperson confirms the issue has been fixed and the service is back up and running.
Patriots' Julian Edelman May Have Thwarted a School Shooting
Without Edelman's reaction to the alarming social media post, police said, it's likely they would not have known about the threat. Shortly after the athlete shared the image, a teenager commented: "I'm going to shoot my school up watch the news".
"We will also no longer allow apps to ask for access to personal information such as religious or political views, relationship status and details, custom friends lists, education and work history, fitness activity, book reading activity, music listening activity, news reading, video watch activity, and games activity", Facebook said in its post.
Tinder users who want to continue talking to their previous matches should access the dating app via their website.
To log in the dating app, Tinderers must either do it via their Facebook account or phone number. Facebook began approving these permissions individually in 2014, but it is now tightening the review process, requiring that apps sign agreements before gaining access to this data. The feature was first seen on another dating app called Bumble, which also helped it gain more female users.
Apple rumoured to be exploring "Touchless" gestures and curved iPhone screens
According to Bloomberg the Cupertino-based tech firm is working on touchless control and curved screen-featuring iPhone handsets. Instead of putting the sensors in the bezel, the entire screen would act as a sensor to detect finger proximity and position.