Grindr briefly went down last week and users went on a meltdown

Grindr briefly went down last week and users went on a meltdown

It was a rough past week for Grindr. First, the app tried rolling out a new voice messaging feature, but the public’s response wasn’t exactly positive:

Then on Tuesday, the app crashed.

In the early hours of May 22, Grindr unexpectedly went down. Many users couldn’t log on. Naturally, they had a meltdown.

Luckily, the outage lasted for less than an hour before users were able to get back online. Still, who knows how many potential marriages were thwarted because of the outage?

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