Tinder Says ‘No Thanks’ to Google’s 30 Percent Revenue Share
Dating app is no longer available in the Play Store.
Tinder says “no thanks” to Google and the 30% revenue share the tech company charges to apps to be in the Play Store, reports Bloomberg. Tinder’s parent company Match joins companies like Netflix, Spotify and Epic Games, Inc. in fighting back against Google and Apple and their revenue “taxes.” According to Bloomberg, Match has not yet said whether it would do the same to Apple who charges a 30% revenue share in the first year of a subscription and 15% revenue share in the second year.
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