Some Hinge users are panicking that they've lost all their matches after the dating app crashed
Hingeusers around the world posted on
- Some said they were able to log back into the app within 30 minutes, but some found their matches had been deleted.
- The Hinge Twitter account addressed their concerns, writing: "It's not you, it's us. Our team is working on fixing the issue."
- It is unclear what caused the
glitchand when the site will be fully operational again.
Hinge users took to Twitter on Thursday to lament being logged out of the
The app, owned by Match Group, the same company that owns Tinder, acknowledged the crash in a tweet, that read: "It's not you, it's us. Our team is working on fixing the issue."But that did not calm users' anger.
"Welp. @hinge just logged me out and when I signed back in, I had zero matches. Sorry to the chill dudes I was actually getting along with. Guess it's a sign," another Twitter user wrote."please i have a date today and i can only contact him on hinge," one said.
"I usually don't care about apps crashing but DANG I was having a steady convo w/ someone man," another user said.Within 30 minutes, some users were tweeting that they had been able to log back in, some with their profile intact, but others with glitches — their profiles wiped; some matches relegated to the "likes" section, wiping their conversations; their matches lost. Hinge has since posted on its Twitter that the issue is resolved, however some users are still tweeting that they do not have access to their matches.
Hinge did not immediately respond to a request for comment. This article was updated at 4:21 pm EST.
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