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Jonathan Crutchley

Mark, Tinder's matching feature is not trademarked, patented, copyrighted or whatever you call it. Any dating app can use it. Jack'd uses the same "Match" feature, so that when two parties click that they like each other, both are notified. Curiously, the "Match" feature is strongly popular in Asian markets, popular enough that users will pay a premium for it.

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