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He said: "In Singapore, there is a certain racial preference when it comes to dating - we are merely responding to honest feedback that respondents have given us.Does having a racial preference in considering a life partner make one racist?Like Lunch Click and Coffee Meets Bagel, Blindfold introduces a potential match to its users.But contrary to its competitors, Blindfold allows its users to start chatting with each other even without mutual “likes”.

"Let's not discount that some of these people, even maids and Bangladeshi workers, may also use the app to find love." But High Blood's founder, Mr Herbert Eng, 30, insisted he was not discriminating.Business analyst Matthew Oh, 27, is single and looking for the woman of his dreams.He has done things the old-fashioned way: asking friends to set him up, asking colleagues out and striking up conversations with strangers in bars.The catch is this: users can choose to blur out their profile photos so that their potential matches only focus on traits such as personal interests and conversational skills.According to Blindfold, the app is targeted at working professionals — individuals who are serious about their career and at the same time, looking for love.