Users were first asked to log in to Facebook and then asked to provide "additional Facebook permissions" to "create fuller profiles, verify authenticity and provide support".
On Tinder, users were greeted by a pop-up titled "Facebook permissions" when they tried to log in with Facebook credentials. Users on Twitter, as well as several people in WIRED's offices, have reported issues logging into the app, instead finding themselves in a never-ending loop between Facebook and Tinder: If you try to log into Tinder with your Facebook account, the app asks you to provide Facebook more permissions. It also uses your Facebook friends to remove any Tinder users with whom you're clearly already acquainted.
Popular dating site Tinder is introducing its very first video feature, allowing some users to add short looping videos to their profiles. We're talking, of course, about Facebook's recent changes to how third-party apps are able to interact with the social network.
You must be thinking how Facebook can affect someone's Tinder account?
German court orders Carles Puigdemont's release on bail
Trapero was hailed in Catalonia as a local hero for the handling of deadly extremist attacks in and near Barcelona last summer. Puigdemont's attorneys in Germany to get involved in the affair, insisting that it belongs in the hands of the justice system.
Principality building society gender pay gap is 31.5%
The government hopes that "naming and shaming" companies with large pay gaps will force them to take steps to tackle inequality. Hyland points to a variety of reasons why women might not be reaching these more senior levels in the video game industry.
ESPN Unveils Long-Awaited ESPN+ Service, Debuting April 12
ESPN + doesn't appear to be targeting cord-cutters, but intice its existing viewers interested in more sports, not less. It will feature a selection of sporting events and special features not available on the free app .
On Wednesday, a sudden change in Facebook's policy crashed The Tinder app, temporarily deleted users' matches and messages, and sent Tinderers into shear panic. "We apologise for the inconvenience and are working to have everyone swiping again soon". Tinder collects users' interests and displays them on profiles whereas the other two apps do not. The social giant has made wholesale changes to how it handles data since it was revealed that political data firm Cambridge Analytica exploited the personal information of 87 million users.
The company says it will evaluate how users respond to Loops before making a decision to roll it out to other markets and are now being tested for iOS users in Canada and Sweden. For example, Facebook has said it will remove developers' access to people's data if the person has not used the app in three months.
Users who must get access to Tinder can create a new account using their phone number, but they will loose all their current matches and conversations.