Well, it does leave a lot of unfinished conversations and breaks a lot of hearts.
The social media giant changed the rules that govern the data exchanges with third-party apps like Tinder.
Among the changes, he said that Facebook will no longer allow apps to ask for access to personal information such as religious or political views, relationship status and details or education and work history.
However like we said, the feature is now in testing which means that its availability is limited to those living in Canada and Sweden and only for iOS devices. In fact, there is no way for you to even create a Tinder account if you don't have a Facebook profile.
It said: "This was part of the changes that we announced today, and we are working with Tinder to address this issue".
"This information is used to create fuller profiles, verify authenticity and provide support", the pop-up reads.
Users can visit tinder.com, where their previous matches and chat history can still be found.
Tinder acknowledged on Twitter that a "technical issue" was keeping its users stuck.
Anyway, we always get a kick out of a cheeky dating app... until now. Several users took to Twitter complaining about the issue and blamed Facebook for the mishap. Meanwhile, the problem has been fixed, with Tinderers reporting that their matches and messages are back. It throws you into an endless login loop. Users only have to wait and see what the fate does their online dating holds for the future. 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.
Although Tinder has already hooked up with clubs such as Napoli its partnership with City has been described as the tech company's "first significant foray into the world of sport".
According to Tinder, such short videos might be able to better illustrate the personality of users and boost their chances of finding a proper match.