With all the dating apps out there, few are tailored to help users find dates based on what they dislike. Hater positions itself as an app that will help you "meet someone who hates the same stuff as you."

The idea is rooted in the belief and research that people are far more like to bond over negative opinions as opposed to positive ones. To express their opinions, users are asked to swipe in different directions to indicate if they love, hate, like, dislike or are indifferent to a person, activity or concept. Hater then builds a profile of its users based on their views and starts connecting them with people who probably hate the same things.

Nowadays, dating apps offer more services that connect people based on similar interests compared to looks-based apps. The app is currently in beta stage and will be available to the wider public from February 8, just in time for Valentine's Day.

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