The popular dating app Tinder has reportedly filed an antitrust case against Apple

Match has accused Apple of monopolistic conduct due to its 30% commission

Reports said that Apple charged on in-app purchases

Also, Apple's mandatory in-app purchases restricted the development of app developers

The Cupertino company is currently facing pushback from some companies

The antitrust case filed by Match against Apple with the Competition Commission of India (CCI) alleges "monopolistic conduct" over the company's policy

For "excessive" commissions on in-app purchases for applications hosted on its App Store 

As per the report, this is the first non-Indian firm to take on Apple in India in an antitrust case

Apple collects a 30% commission from app developers for all payments done in apps and games

Apple's 30 percent commission, on the basis of them providing physical goods and services

They also argued that it performs a "similar matchmaking" function 

But Apple has declared both apps to be different, according to the report

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