Loops will first be tested for iOS users in Canada and Sweden, and it will progressively move into more countries. Even if you follow Tinder's prompts, it seems that the issue is not resolved, and you'll remain unable to swipe left or right. Users on Twitter, as well as several people in WIRED's offices, have reported issues logging into the app, instead finding themselves in a never-ending loop between Facebook and Tinder: If you try to log into Tinder with your Facebook account, the app asks you to provide Facebook more permissions.
Facebook confirmed in an email that it was trying to fix the problem.
With outsiders' access to data under scrutiny, Facebook has outlined several changes to further tighten its policies, including restricting access that apps can get about users' events, as well as information about groups such as member lists and content.
Severe storm risk has gone up for northern counties, communities
The storm threat is expected to end by Saturday with a another cool down expected by Sunday, according to the weather service. Tonight will be mostly fair and not as cold as last night; most places will see a low in the 40s early tomorrow morning.
Prince Philip 'in good spirits' after successful hip replacement operation
At a ceremony commemorating Britain's war dead last November, he appeared to be having trouble standing and leaned against a wall. It is understood, however, that The Queen's husband will be operated on while he is under a general anaesthetic.
Tom Brady: Not bothered by Cooks trade
After losing Sammy Watkins in free agency, it became apparent that Snead wasn't intent with drafting a young receiver. However, his year ended on a low note went he was knocked out of Super Bowl LII with a concussion in the first half.
Shortly after Facebook announced stricter rules for its third-party developers, popular dating app Tinder stopped working.
While Tinder and Facebook have publicly stated they are working on resolving the issue, the incident does bring up larger implications about other Facebook-connected apps that could be affected in the wake of the privacy setting changes. And since Tinder doesn't require that you build your profile using a social media account, you can always sign up with their phone number, though you'll have to start from square one. As regular profiles gradually evolve and now include videos, Tinder is trying to give users the chance to better express their personality and get a better idea of potential matches.
This story was updated to reflect the service is now back up and running. "Bravo to Facebook for being considerate of their only valuable product". Downdetector, a site that monitors website and app outages, is also reporting an uptick in problems related to the dating app today. Basically, it would appear that Facebook has revoked Tinder's permissions, which also means that it's revoked your ability to meet and potentially fall in love with new people.