(Reuters) – Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Inc.’s Google will let Match Group Inc. (NASDAQ:MTCH), which makes dating apps, give users a choice of payment methods. This will stop Google from having control over user data.
Match sued Google in May, calling it a “last resort” to keep Tinder and its other apps from being kicked off the Google Play store for not sharing up to 30% of sales.
The company said it dropped its request for a temporary restraining order against Google after Google made some changes, such as giving up full control over user data.
Match’s lawsuit was filed at the same time that “Fortnite” maker Epic Games, dozens of U.S. state attorneys general, and others were suing Google over the Play store for allegedly hurting competition.