Users of the Tinder app from Russia have been warned that the service will stop working in the country from June 30. This was reported by the correspondent “socialbites.ca”.
When you open the app, a pop-up message appears saying “Tinder will stop working in Russia on June 30, 2023”. According to the developers’ statement, users were asked to spend their remaining super likes and power-ups, as all functions will become unavailable after this date.
“Until June 30, all users will be able to match and chat. From June 30, subscription and purchase cannot be made in the application” message appears when opening the application.
Russia first time about recent departure from Tinder self mentioned In the quarterly report in early May. Then the company Match Group, which owns the online dating service, reported it.
The app doesn’t make it clear how exactly the app will work for Russians after that date. Tinder is expected to show stop working message and not even allow couples to chat. Before that, many users thought that after June 30, Tinder would continue to work in Russia with restrictions.
At the end of May, the newspaper Vedomosti WroteVK is developing its own dating app to replace Tinder, and it could launch this summer.
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