It captures other users within a 250m radius of your own smartphone, giving you a cross-section of Londoners around you - and potentially your coffee house crush. Originally launched as ‘Grindr for girls’, Robyn Exton’s LGBTQ dating app has fast grown to be the biggest community for lesbian, bisexual and queer women worldwide.Dream of finding the person who hates the same things as you? Instead of faces, you match with people depending on topical talking points, whether that’s your feelings on Trump or Putin, or rage-inducing topics like slow walkers. The app mixes dating and social networking, with a Don’t want to tell your friends or future children that you met on Tinder?Now there is: Tastebuds acts as a social music network that pairs you up with people who regularly listen to the same bands as you. ) Tastebuds scans your local music library, adding your ‘favourite’ artists to your account.You are then matched with others users based on the artists you both like.
Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke co-founded the app, alongside Jack Rogers and Max Cheremkhin. It’s been described as “the anti-Tinder” - and with good reason too.
Coffee Meets Bagel uses Facebook profile information to recommend suitors based on friends of friends. Free‘Join, reserve, unlock and drive’ — it really is that simple.
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.
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.