A new dating app is set to hit the market that matches people based on their mutual dislikes. Digital Trends reports that the Hater app is set to launch on February 8 and will bring people together who share the mutual dislike of anything from vegetables to minivans. “What we hate is an important part of who we are, but it’s often swept under the rug in our public persona,” Hater CEO Brendan Alper says of the product. “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.” While the app utilizes the same swiping function as other dating apps, users are asked to swipe on topics instead of people. Automatic icebreakers are also built into the app.
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