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The app allows users to swipe in four different directions to select whether they love, hate, like, or dislike a person, activity or concept. Hater launched in beta in December, and the creators told HuffPost that about 10, people are using the app before its official roll out. In the name of journalism, we checked it out too.
We all have a long list of the annoying things we hate, and now — finally! The app launches officially on February 8th but is now available in beta for iOS. It will be available for Android this spring.
Cheekd sets itself apart from other apps because it gives you the option to interact with a match before starting a virtual relationship with the compatible user. Instead of encouraging users to continue to hide behind a screen, Cheekd pushes you to engage in social settings while paying attention to potential matches in the area. Our new dating app gives us the power to light the spark face-to-face first and leave the talking for later. One of the biggest issues with online dating is that people feel so much pressure to find the one.
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Users can swipe on thousands of topics, from Kim Jong-un to ketchup on hot dogs. Based in London and Stockholm, Sweet Capital is run by the founders of the company behind the hit mobile game Candy Crush. In this interview, which has been edited and condensed, Alper talks about his contrarian approach to dating, how tough it was to pitch to the sharks and why he sold a stake to Cuban at a bargain rate.
Hater app. Instead of trying to find common hobbies and interests, year-old Brendan Alper suggests those looking for love should instead focus on the things they hate. New dating app, Hater, is the first to work under the principle that mutual dislikes bring people closer than shared interests.
Our algorithm finds your best matches, based on your swipes. When you swipe on other people, it's anonymous. You'll only match when you both swipe right
But, that's not true, as I'm sure you and I both know people perhaps yourself! Though being on dating apps may seem like the norm, that's not the case with everybody — people meet partners in real life all the time. For instance, I did Appless AprilBustle's challenge to take delete your dating apps for a month and ended up loving it. After all, meeting future dates in person, without the help of an app, is natural and faster — you omit all the back-and-forth, the matches who just want to be pen-pals, the matches who ghost