So you can basically lie and pretend you met at their last birthday party. Created by two female founders, Huggle matches people depending on the locations they’ve tagged on Instagram or Facebook.
This could be the gym you regularly attend or the restaurants you find yourself in on a Saturday night.
Free Launched this summer, the official app for Boris’ fifth child can be used to search for nearby docking stations and check bike availability.
There’s also a journey planner featuring easy, moderate and fast routes to satisfy all cycling tribes.
In traditional apps, when women match with guys, the unspoken rule is that they hesitate to initiate a conversation for fear of seeming weird or desperate. Its founder Whitney Wolfe told us that her feminist matchmaking tool is designed to reset the “heteronormative rules in our current landscape”, giving women the power to message their matches without stigma. Someone who’s on board with the idea of evening out the romantic playing field. The capital’s preferred car club’s app gives 24/7 access to cars and vans in your neighbourhood and lets you extend or cancel reservations on the go. You need Uncover, which redistributes cancelled reservations at some of the capital’s top restaurants, including The River Café and Nobu.
Not for planning freaks, though — tables typically become free at 40 minutes’ notice.
Instead of a focus on looks, Huggle wants to join people together over their mutual interests. This ‘illuminati Tinder’ app is the place to go if you’re after a bedfellow with money and fame.
It works as simply as this: every time you cross paths with someone in real life, their profile shows up on your timeline.Launched by Russian tech entrepreneur Andrey Andreev, Badoo is the biggest dating app in the world. Bristlr is basically a niche dating pool of exclusively bearded men, and people who want to date them.The app launched in 2009, three years before Tinder, and it now has 380 million customers, operates in 190 countries and is available in 47 different languages. People of all genders and sexual orientations are welcome.There is a dating app for everyone these days, whether you want someone who hates the same things as you do, or you want to meet someone who hangs out in the same places you do.If you’ve recently abandoned the idea of meeting someone IRL and are just justing into the game of swiping left and right, how do you know where to start?