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Tinder owner Match Group, sued for 'deceiving consumers', is now facing a DOJ investigation

Match, which owns Tinder and OKCupid, said it intends to cooperate in the DOJ investigation. A spokesman didn’t respond to a request seeking comment.

How Tinder is like games when it comes to getting users to pay

Tinder announced on Tuesday that it had added more than 500,000 subscribers worldwide in the last quarter, for a total of more than 5 million people paying for Tinder Gold or the less expensive Tinder Plus.

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Tinder (MTCH) bypasses Google Play, revolt against App Store fee

Once a user has entered their payment information, Tinder not only remembers it, but also removes the choice to swap back to Google Play for future purchases, wrote Macquarie analyst Ben Schachter.

Pride month: Tinder to now let users swipe right on list with LGBT+ choices

Users can now choose up to three options from a list of choices that includes straight, gay, queer, asexual, bisexual, and demisexual. Previously, users could only choose between men, women, or both.

The right swipe

Searches for dating sites are outpacing those for matrimonials. But let’s not sound death-knell of Indian conservatism just yet.

Happy Valentine's Day 2019: Tinder, Bumble, Happn and more dating apps in India

Happy Valentine's Day 2019: Here is a look at the five best dating apps in India like Tinder, Bumble, Truly Madly, Happn and Aisle.

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Cows in UK get Tinder style-app as breeders seek 'Moo Love' for herds

Cows and bulls searching for “moo love” now have a Tinder-style app that lets farmers find breeding matches by viewing pictures of cattle with details of their age, location and owner.

Dating apps want us to settle down (with them)

In its annual survey of 5,000 Americans, Match Group, the dating conglomerate that owns Tinder and OkCupid, found that singles met first dates on the internet more than through any other venue.

Tinder testing 'Swipe Surge' feature for iOS: Here's what it does

Tinder claims that the 'Swipe Surge' feature will apparently increase a user's match-making potential by 250 per cent

A swipe is not enough: Tinder trials extra control for women

Tinder has been testing the function in India for several months and plans to spread it worldwide if the full rollout proves successful.

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