Tinder down for some users looking to swipe this morning

People are reporting errors when trying to sign on and send messages.

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Tinder was down on Tuesday morning.

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If you tried to swipe right Tuesday morning, you might have noticed Tinder is down.

Many users across Europe, the UK and the US reported the popular dating app was down on Tuesday starting around 5 a.m. PT, according to Down Detector. Users reported problems sending and receiving messages and server connection errors. Some said they were unable to log in.

Tinder didn't immediately respond to a request for comment as to what might be causing the problems.

Unsurprisingly, lonely hearts have taken to Twitter to pour out their frustrations.

The outage comes on the heels of Dating Sunday, considered the busiest day of the year for online dating. Last year on Jan. 6, Tinder saw a 41 percent jump in downloads from the week before, and other dating apps saw a spike in new singles joining their platforms.