The location-based social app will also switch its colours across its social media platforms to City blue ahead of Saturday's Premier League fixture against Manchester United, live on Sky Sports Premier League.
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.
Tinder acknowledged on Twitter that a "technical issue" was keeping its users stuck.
If you really need to get back to finding a match, you can still use the desktop version of the Tinder app where your matches should be waiting for you.
Tinder users have been left frustrated after many were unable to log into the dating app because of changes to how Facebook links with the service.
Thunderbird pilot killed in crash
A pilot ejected safely as a Marine Corps Harrier jet crashed shortly after takeoff Tuesday at Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti. The Air Force says it's not known how the accident will impact the remainder of the 2018 Thunderbirds season.
Atlantic Hurricane Season 2018: Predictions
Colorado States April forecast is traditionally one of the first looks at the upcoming Atlantic storm season. The team is expecting a slightly above average season with 14 named storms and 7 hurricanes.
London Customs Agent "Couldn't Believe" John Krasinski Is Married To Emily Blunt
We can only hope that John looked directly into an invisible camera after that interaction, à la Jim Halpert. But when he shared who he was visiting, the agent definitely had some knowledge of the star's wife.
Tinder did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but the "login loop" may be a result of Facebook's recent update to the way third-party apps, like Tinder, can access Facebook data.
Facebook has broken Tinder and users who were booted off the dating app have taken to Twitter to complain about it, as spotted first by Select All. So now that Facebook is tweaking the way in which it works with these independent apps, things are getting a bit hairy.
As of now, however, only Tinder users seem to be affected.
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 have you covered: we're also testing the ability to add nine photos or Loops in your profile instead of six. This is the first time the dating app gets into video. "Bravo to Facebook for being considerate of their only valuable product".
Facebook's API changes just broke Tinder.
We reached out to Tinder and Facebook alike in hopes of shedding some light on this issue and will keep up with any updates.