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.
It works as simply as this: every time you cross paths with someone in real life, their profile shows up on your timeline.
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.
Hit ‘yum’ or ‘yuk’ on photos of dishes in your area. Free This offers more than 50 yoga sessions, as well as a database of 500 yoga poses. Perhaps you’d like to stroke one on a regular basis? Unlike other dating apps, Bristlr is unashamedly all about hooking up the hairy with the hairless.
Suitable for all levels, programmes include yoga aimed at specific areas of the body and weight loss. Free Billed as the ‘anti-Tinder’, this new kid on the block delivers just a single match to users once a day. There’s even a beard-rating option for aficionados.