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Creator Blair Waller has taken the bold step of not installing a chat facility on his product, with the aim of to encouraging potential matches to meet naturally while socialising, and hopes to see a surge in members ahead of Valentine’s Day on February 14.

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Soda makes life better if you’re single”Since its release in mid-January the app has attracted more than 500 users and is currently only available in Edinburgh, with plans to expand into more cities in the near future.