Popular dating app Tinder, often associated with hooking up, crashed Thursday night, prompting many of its users to vent their disappointment on social media, coming as the crash did just before the long Labor Day weekend.

According to downdetector.com, the problems started shortly before 10 p.m. EDT, around the same time when Tinder acknowledged it.

However, the issues seem to be affecting non-iOS users as well.

The crash affected the ability to log in to the app itself, as well as messaging your matches. Some users also reported losing all their matches. Social media was flooded with complaints and jokes.

There has been no official update from Tinder since the tweet acknowledging the problem. However, some users said they could use the app again.