Dating App: An App Name Hater That Matches People By The Thing They Hate
Most of the Dating apps and matrimonial portal services match their users by the thing they like, but a new Dating app Hater completely turn its idea, using common disinterest to help people find love.
Dating app Haters founder Brendan Alper, who left his job at Goldman Sachs to become a comedian, first he came up with idea for the hater app as a joke. After that more he thought about it he actually realize that it would be a very interesting real-life dating app, and after finding some scientific studies that confirmed his intuition, Brendan decided to turn it into reality and launch it. A Dating App Haters has been in testing since December 2016, and it will launch on 8th February and it will available for both android and iOs device.
Hater app CEO Brendan Alper said, “What we hate is an important part of who we are, but it’s often cleaned under the mat in our public persona. He added that “We want people to express themselves more honestly. Plus, it’s easy to start a conversation with someone if you know you both hate pickles.”
The dating app Hater still utilizes the same robbing function familiar to Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge users, but instead of taking on people, user’s dig on topics. As the user base grows, so does the list of issues. Based on your mutual dislikes, Hater creates a collection of your most compatible potential matches, which you can then browse through at your relaxation.
Instinctive icebreakers are also built into the app. Afterward, you already know what you and your matches have in common — a mutual contempt for cilantro, black-and-white photos, or cacti, for example.
Alper said, “Dating is supposed to be fun”. “Somewhere along the line, dating apps missing sight of that. Hater wants to take it back.” Be warned, however, that while Hater may be a tongue-in-cheek environment, it’s no excuse to act a fool in the app. “Hater absolutely does not stand for hate speech or bigotry — particularly hostility toward races, religions, or body types,” the app notes in its terms of service. Alper added “Our team carefully moderates the topics, and we have a strict one-strike policy for anyone who misuses our guidelines.”