The pair can chat using Tinder's messaging service.
Tinder Plus, the premium matchmaking service, gives users unlimited swipes, more "Super Likes," and the ability to match with users when traveling outside their home turf, including other countries.
It also noted that it is easy for customers to switch between dating apps and websites.
Online dating has indeed been a difficult business.
The down side is that people stop using dating services if they find that special someone.
"If Tinder keeps up this momentum it could be worth more than Match's entire market cap today," said Ross Sandler, a Deutsche Bank analyst in a report. IAC owns 85% of Match Group post-IPO and consolidates the online dating firms' financial results.
IAC will retain virtually all voting control of Match by offering a non-voting type of stock in the offering.
The paperwork also reveals that Match agreed in July 2015 to acquire Plenty Of Fish, another online dating site, for 5 million.
The company will trade under the uninspiring ticker symbol "MTCH," even though more striking ones like KISS were apparently available.
Match is owned by IAC, the media conglomerate helmed by Barry Diller, which also controls a variety of other digital companies like and Vimeo.