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Hater, the app to find your partner based on common hatred

enero 8, 2020

Traveling, eating well, going to the cinema, reading a good book or going to a concert are things that everyone likes to mention when it comes to creating a profile on some dating app. The result that never serves any purpose. Too trivial, certainly not characteristic. Few…

Traveling, eating well, going to the cinema, reading a good book or going to a concert are things that everyone likes to mention when it comes to creating a profile on some dating app. The result that never serves any purpose. Too trivial, certainly not characteristic. Few would try to start a speech by saying I too would like to travel the world thus thinking of triggering a spark of mutual interest. Quite different to think about what you don't like doing. So what if you find someone you hate, like jazz, cats or The fantastic world of Amlie, immediately leads to a more intimate feeling of complicity.

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this idea at the basis of Hater which is well summarized on his current home page. As a matter of fact, a photo of a rotating appears inside the screen of a stylized smartphone Donald Trump, the legs of a woman who surely walks too slowly and a bit of guacamole that the restaurant regularly asks us to pay extra. The app currently in beta version and available in United States just for just for iOS. The slogan Meet someone who hates the same stuff. The logo is a heart as opposed to a shade close to that of the red used for the Tinder fire, which also incorporates the log-in mode through Facebook.

What do you like to hate most. Scrolling through the options of “do we hate the same things? here are actions such as staying up late, watching your old Facebook status, drinking alcohol during flights, living in the open air, spending time with your family, criticizing the corporation, but own the iPhone, say too easily I love you and so on. Once you have selected a few, it will automatically have created a profile comparable to that of other users in the same area and the sex we would like to meet. From here on out as Tinder, only with some more conversation.

After all, as Lev Tolstoy once wrote:The struggle for existence and praise are the only things that bind men".

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