California: Hinge users took to Twitter on Thursday to mourn being logged out of the dating application, with some idiom they logged back in to discover they had lost every one of their matches.
The application, possessed by Match Group, a similar organization that claims Tinder, recognized the accident in a tweet, that read: “It’s not you, it’s us. Our group is taking a shot at fixing the issue.”
However, that didn’t quiet clients’ outrage.
“Hinge: Designed to be erased. Additionally Hinge: We erased everyone,”joked one client, riffing on the organization’s trademark, that urges clients to meet face to face and construct associations off the application.
“Welp. @hinge just logged me out and when I marked back in, I had zero matches. Sorry to the chill fellows I was really coexisting with. Get it’s a sign,” another Twitter client composed.
“please I have a date today and I can just get in touch with him on Hinge,” one said.
“I for the most part couldn’t care less about applications smashing yet DANG I was having a consistent convo w/somebody man,” another client said.
Inside 30 minutes, a few clients were tweeting that they had the option to log back in, some with their profile unblemished, yet others with glitches – their profiles cleaned; a few matches consigned to the “likes” area, cleaning their discussions; their matches lost.
It is muddled what caused the glitch and when it will be settled.
Hinge didn’t quickly react to a solicitation for input.