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. The feature - "Loop" isn't focused on traditional video, but rather on a shorter, nearly GIF-like looping video format that's been popularized by apps like Instagram's Boomerang and, before that, Twitter's Vine. Instagram's Boomerang later added similar options, and looping videos have been gaining ground. Tinder collects users' interests and displays them on profiles whereas the other two apps do not.
Anyone stuck in some kind of romantic comedy hell where they needed to contact their love interest as a matter of urgency was still able to use the desktop version.
Mandy Ginsberg, the chief executive of Match Group Inc, the company that owns the Tinder, announced on Market Watch that the feature would soon be available for all users.
Tinder is testing a new feature for you to up your game and get more swipe-rights! And be quick about it, because everyone who's anyone will be showing off their moves.
Tinder has previously tried a number of different methods to achieve this same goal including introducing a new "Feed" that gives prospective matches much more information about your life beyond a short bio and handful of photos.
Tinder operates in almost 200 countries, across more than 40 different languages and with millions of users using its app every single day.
With Tinder Loops, profiles should look more animated and engaging, which could lead to more matches and more conversations.
Confirming the glitch, Tinder tweeted late on Wednesday: "A technical issue is preventing users from logging into Tinder".
City were unable to find space in the final third as Liverpool denied the likes of Leroy Sane and Kevin de Bruyne to find creative space, and was the first time they failed to hit the target since October 2016. After pressing "Ask Me", the app directs you to Facebook's site to log in.