Tuesday, 20 Aug 2019

Tinder Parent Match Buys 51 Percent Stake in Rival App Hinge

Match Group – Tinder’s parent company – has acquired 51 per cent stake in long-term dating app Hinge, also dubbed the anti-Tinder app, the media reported. This comes just weeks after social networking giant Facebook announced that it wants to introduce a match-making feature. “Match Group, which already owns platforms like OkCupid, Match and Tinder, announced that it acquired a […]

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Google Play’s New Subscription Center Starts Rolling Out Lets Users Easily Manage Their Subscriptions

Google Play has started widely rolling out the new Subscription Center that was announced at I/O 2018earlier this year. The newest development is designed to make it easier for Android users to manage their recurring payments from apps and services. Notably, the new hub comes as a one-stop shop to manage subscriptions on Google Play. The search giant is […]

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Facebook Unveils Workplace for Good as Free Tool for Non-Profit Organisations

Facebook launched its Workplace by Facebook service two years ago, providing social tools to companies to ease intra-office communication. It is a subscription product, competing mostly with Slack, and charges $3 per user per month. Now, the company has launched something known as Workplace for Good which gives non-profit organizations all the tools of Workplace Premium for free, without any […]

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