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Apple faces new complaints from app makers as EU launches antitrust probes


Apple Inc. is facing fresh complaints about the 30% cut it takes from App Store purchases, as European regulators launch two antitrust investigations into the tech giant.

Axios reported late Tuesday that Match Group Inc.

, parent company of Tinder, OK Cupid and other popular dating services, criticized Apple

for squeezing app makers’ revenue.

“Apple is a partner, but also a dominant platform whose actions force the vast majority of consumers to pay more for third-party apps that Apple arbitrarily defines as ‘digital services,’” according to a statement Match Group made to Axios….


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