TECH CRUNCH - Dec 7 - Last month, Bumble introduced a new feature that would prevent bad actors from using the dating app's "unmatch" feature to hide from victims. Now Tinder has done something similar. The company will soon roll out an update to its app that will make it easier for users to report someone who has used the unmatch feature in an effort to get away with their abuse. Tinder notes that users have always been able to report anyone on the app at any time - even if the person had used the unmatch feature. But few users likely knew how to do so. With the update, Tinder will soon add its "Safety Center" shield icon within the Match List, where the chats take place. This will direct users to the Safety Center in the app, where they can learn how to report users who aren't displayed on the Match List because they used the unmatch feature.