Tinder Owner Match Group, Google Reach Deal on App Store Payment Rules
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Match Group Inc. withdrew its request for a temporary restraining order against Alphabet Google, saying Google has made some concessions over its app store payment practices that Match Group demanded.

The concessions include guaranteeing that Match apps, such as Tinder and Hinge, won’t be rejected or removed from Google’s app store for offering alternatives to Google’s billing system, Match said Friday.

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