3 things to know about the latest Tinder crash
Tinder had a significant crashing issue a few days ago, and you may have lost some matches as a result. Here are a few things to know:
According to this article in Tech Times:
Reports suggest that Tinder has more than 50 million active users who check their account for about 11 times each day on average. Reports also highlight that Tinder users spend an average of 90 minutes per day on the app.
Millions of these users could be using iOS and all of them would have gotten affected by the latest outage. The crash has left many disappointed customers as they are unable to contact their dates. Some users have complained that the Tinder app crashes when they try to log in.
According to this article in ARC:
The other primary problem for Tinder is that its stability and performance have become less reliable. At least on Android. Alternatively, the spam seems to have dried up. It is not clear if these two issues are related. But, if you swipe past more than seven or eight profiles in one session, the app will begin to time out with its little spinning blue wheel and then crash. Tinder crashing has become so reliable that I just close and re-launch the app the first time I see a profile picture taking too long to load.
— ChilLin (@Linzertartz) September 1, 2016
Didn't know that selfie I had put up yesterday had the power to crash #Tinder. My apologies.
— Pint-sized Gangster (@RTtweeted) September 2, 2016
— Ryan Nayler (@RyanNayler) September 1, 2016
About Luke Harold Luke Harold is a journalist who has written for publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Orange County Register.