Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps, and if you’re single and looking for, it’s a great way to meet new people in your area.
However, if you’re in a relationship, you won’t be very happy to hear if your significant other has taken care of it.
And a new Tinder hack has appeared that searches your Facebook friends list and shows who you know has used the app.
The hack emerged after a Reddit user posted about it on a subreddit – saying he created it.
The Reddit user posted: “I reverse engineered the Tinder app and created a little tool that exposes when was the last time your Facebook friends used Tinder.”
The hack tool appears on a website and has a step-by-step guide on how to use it.
The Tinder hack uses a person’s “Facebook access token” to find information about who in your news feed has used the dating app.
They can view their friends’ Tinder profiles, what photos a Facebook friend uploaded to Tinder, and when they were last online.
The Tinderface web hack does not store any information about who is accessing it.
Most terrifying of all, hackers can access Tinderface and spy on their friends – or loved ones – without the victim ever knowing.
Express.co.uk has reached out to Tinder and Facebook for comment.
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The news comes after it emerged last week that there is a secret, VIP version of Tinder – only for the rich and famous.
Tinder Select is the VIP invite-only version of the dating app – used by super models, CEOs, and celebrities.
Those who are invited to join Tinder Select can then nominate others – but those named singletons cannot suggest other users for memberships.
A Tinder Select user said that the dating app is “for celebrities and people who are very successful on Tinder.”
Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps
It’s unclear how Tinder decides who joins Tinder Select – but it’s believed to be based on the Tinder Elo score, according to TechCrunch.
Earlier this week, Tinder met thousands of people looking for a romance affected by the blackout.
Website crash monitor Down Detector revealed thousands of issues on Monday evening that appear to primarily affect the UK and Europe.
This wasn’t the first time Tinder has faced issues – the app went offline for hours in November of last year, leaving many people unable to access their profiles.