Finding love through hate is something that not most singles would dare try. However, things seems to have changed thanks to the Hater, a matchmaking app of its own kind which seeks to mock the monopoly that is in the match making scene and putting in place the right playground for all the singles who want to get connected via the world wide web and experience passion.
The app is both entertaining and user friendly and uses the doctrine of hate to get two people who match with each other and have them paired. Singles will be required to contribute to today’s hot topics such as fashion, pedestrian etiquette and sports teams among others. Based on the expressed opinions, a hater will build a profile.
With more than 200,000 clients from across the globe since it was launched way back in 2017, Hater has proved to have a massive worldwide appeal. Strangely enough, the founding entrepreneur and CEO Brendan Alper doesn’t see himself as the “hater” type since he’s for the most part contradicted to uneven reasoning . He is banking professional and a graduate of the reputable Brown University, who later in his career became a sketch writer for comedy.
Hater as a jocular, engaging yet somewhat serious space for meeting people who have similar minds and who may be going through fatigue that is normally associated with online dating and who want to try a different thing that is not offered by most other dating sites that are available out there. It doesn’t tolerate hate speech and has an upside-down rose heart as its logo and believes its users might just find the kind of love that they have been yearning for in its website.
New users who want to join Haters should do so using their existing Facebook accounts. For now, this app is now available for iOS users. There are more than 3000 topics where the users can swipe to achieve love. Swipe downwards to hate, upwards to love and right to like, while the left swipe allows you to dislike what you have seen. However, if you find a subject that you don’t recognize or which you are indifferent about, you have the freedom to skip it.
The profiles are not only simple, but also adjustable. Hater does the entire lifting by ranking all your positive as well as negative viewpoints posting the five things that are highly hated.
However, it’s good to know that these things can be adjusted at any time. And if you want to get your first conversation off to the right footing, you can use the fun ice breaker questions. There are no time consuming questionnaires to waste your time on. What matters the most are attitudes, and people consider those negative attitudes as the better.
Research findings that were recently released found out that people who have a distain for the same thing mostly form tighter bonds than the ones who share positive sentiments over the same things.