sTARTUP DAILY - OCTOBER 29, 2018
“We decided that we could make a difference with Pair, essentially by creating a dating platform where people are able to meet each other in a respectful environment where bad behaviour is not tolerated.”
SBS - THE FEED - OCTOBER 4, 2018
Like Uber, you can rate your date based on the accuracy of their profile and how safe you found them. So, the more polite and respectful you are, the higher your score.
SMARTCOMPANY - OCTOBER 4, 2018
From rating plates to rating dates: Why the founders of Eatability are pouring $2 million into new dating app Pair
The app functions off a feedback and rating system, allowing members to give each other a thumbs up or down based on three areas: behaviour, safety and profile accuracy.
The AGE - OCTOBER 3, 2018
Pair, which launched in the App store last week, is focused on user feedback, verification and a dedicated virtual "matching assistant".
GLOBAL DATING INSIGHTS - OCTOBER 3, 2018
Pair has now been available on the App Store for just over a week and is focused on an authentic user experience. Each new signup verifies themselves with a mobile number and a selfie to limit the possibility of fake profiles.
KISS 106.5 FM SYDNEY - SEPTEMBER 20, 2018
“I like it because it encourages people to treat the other person nicely…. You can then rate them and give them a review,” said Jackie O.
STARTUP SODA - September 19, 2018
The duo behind Eatability, the highly successful website which was the first to allow people to rate Australian restaurants a decade ago, is bringing rating to dating in a bid to tackle online harassment head on. Their dating app, Pair, launched today for iPhone, is designed to bring respect and honesty back to dating.
The Sydney Morning Herald - September 18, 2018
Now, my fantasy app has become a reality, with the release this month of Pair. Billed as a "new dating app for iPhone designed to bring respect and honesty to dating", Pair is the brainchild of husband and wife team Celeste and Hui Ong, founders of Eatability.