LunchClick provides users with one match at noon each day — the matched pair have 24 hours to accept the match, and if accepted, they can interact with each other through a question and answer session.
Every user is certified through Facebook, and Singaporean users are required to input their NRIC to verify their marital status.
The app also provides a “propose-a-date” option, where users can search through a list of nearby restaurants and bars to pick the perfect date.
LunchClick’s “Datebook” feature organises pending and upcoming dates, and users will be auto-reminded twice (24 hours and two hours prior) before an impending date.
Violet Lim, LunchClick’s founder and CEO, has over 10 years of experience in the dating industry — co-founding matchmaking platforms Lunch Actually and eSynchrony.
Lim said: “We didn’t want to come up with a Tinder clone, we wanted to see what was really missing in the dating app landscape.”
While the app itself is free, users have the option to hire a personal “Love Assistant,” a LunchClick dating expert who will handpick matches and provide in-depth profile analysis.
This $73 feature guarantees users with at least one offline date, or a full refund will be provided.
LunchClick is available to download in the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. For more information, check out the LunchClick website.