BBC - May 16 - Tinder has filed a legal objection to a dating platform created by a British man on which he is the only male date. Shed Simove called the app Shinder and said he built it to find himself a partner. However, when he tried to trademark it, a Notice of Threatened Opposition was filed to the Intellectual Property Office by Tinder. Mr Simove doesn't believe he is a threat to Tinder. "It's unlikely that the female population will stop using Tinder and start using Shinder." He heard from others who wanted to create a similar platform for themselves which was why he decided to trademark it.