Tinder message couldn’t be despatched: is Tinder down? Server standing present

Tinder down reports are piling up today, with users reporting problems sending messages on the popular dating app for iOS and Android. The independent failure monitor Down Detector saw a surge in Tinder Down reports today. At the time of writing, Down Detector UK has recorded a high of more than 500 reports on Tinder-Down.

According to Down Detector statistics, most of the affected Tinder users are having trouble sending or receiving messages.

Down Detector is a standalone outage monitor that tracks social mentions to identify the moment when popular services like Tinder are going down.

Downdowndetector.com also saw a sharp surge in Tinder Down reports today, with a high of over 1,100 reported issues.

When the reported issues came up with the Tinder service, users went to Twitter to tweet about the issues they were facing.

One tweeted, “Tinder is down !!! Don’t ask me how I know ”.

While another posted: “@Tinder is down”.

One added, “Lol thought I was banned from Tinder, again it turns out it’s just down”.

And another wrote: “@Tinder, I can’t message this really cute guy because your app has stopped working, bring them together !!”

The official Twitter accounts of Tinder, Tinder UK and Tinder Support have not yet commented on the reported server issues.

Express.co.uk has also approached Tinder for a comment and asked if a solution is in the works.

The Tinder Down news comes after the leading date app revealed earlier this week that another Swipe Night event is on the way.

The first chapter of Swipe Night started last year, which resulted in 20 million members gathering for a common story and the number of games increasing by 26 percent.

The next swipe night will be a Gen Z crime, which takes place over three weeks in November.

Commenting on the news, Jim Lanzone, CEO of Tinder said, “Swipe Night paved the way for social entertainment experiences on Tinder that have become an incredibly popular way for members to make new friends and interact with them.

“We can’t wait for people to experience this new storyline, a mystery they will surely have a lot to tell about as they work together to find out who did it.”

Swipe Night will be available in Tinder’s newly launched Explore area.


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