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HATER IS THE APP THAT MATCHES YOU BASED ON WHAT YOU HATE<br>As seen on ABCs Shark Tank<br>"Perhaps it is hatred that could unite us all" - Playboy<br>"This one is different" - Michael Strahan on Good Morning America<br>"I love the Hater app" - Joy Behar on The View<br>“One of the hottest new dating apps” - Business Insider<br>“Super addictive” - Bustle<br>“The ultimate dating app for young people everywhere." - Elite Daily<br>“Breath of fresh air” - Mashable<br>“If you’re looking to delete your Tinder account…” - Observer<br>"Cut out all the cheerful first-date BS and get to the part where both of you admit what really gets your panties in a twist." - Glamour Magazine<br>"This app is lit AF" - Barack O.<br><br>Swipe on everything from Slow Walkers to Kim Jong Un. Our algorithm finds your best matches, based on your swipes.<br><br>When you swipe on other people, it's anonymous. You'll only match when you both swipe right... so haters can match, meet, date, and hate together.<br><br>Can't figure out what to say? Play a Hater Card to break the ice. Let's end "hey" once and for all...
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But I love it yet either... yet being the operative word. It needs a bit more info on the people to share with potential connections like what are they looking for. But honestly a few details would really be the only thing that comes to mind to make it better. Oh and making sure people use at least one pic that is them and not Bea Arthur. I’m pretty sure it wasn’t her since she had a mans name & of course the obvious that she died a few years ago. However I get that the admin may do that and hadn’t gotten to that person yet...I hope Otherwise cool app well done it’s a clever angle.
PROS: I think shared hates is a great way to connect with someone, and the list of hates and likes is likely more informative than any bios most men would write. CONS: This app needs to provide at least the basics about people: education, height, occupation, and potentially, what they are looking for (e.g., hookup v. relationship). No profile should qualify as “complete” without that. I simply will never “swipe right” to someone without that basic info. Frankly, they’re more important to most women than age. I’m not going to match with someone and then ask those things. It’s a waste of my time. Clearly, the designers of this app are not women who ended up on a date with a guy who didn’t list his height but “looked” taller than her from his pics only to learn he is 5”5, like her...
This is a great idea. Everyone on other dating apps is so relentlessly positive about everything, it’s annoying. I love the idea of finding people who have the same pet peeves. The first problem is the bio info. is way too minimal. I know it’s not supposed to be a full profile like Match, but at least make it as detailed as Bumble. But, the real problem is that no one is using the app. I’ve tried it in Boston and New York. I’ve never gotten one match (and, no, it’s not me… I get tons on Tinder and Bumble). There aren’t many profiles and I think what few ones there are are dead. They need to find a way to do more promotion and get more people on here.
This was a creative means of trying to get individuals to socialise. However, when you sign up for this, you are forced to choose ‘Male’ or ‘Female’ as a gender option. There is no custom option to input your gender if you do not identify as either of those, so you either misidentify yourself (which is not a good feeling whatsoever) or you do not sign up. I hope this is something that can be changed going forward. I immediately deleted this app because of a lack of inclusivity. I don’t identify as either of those labels personally, but I also know I’m not the only one, so I would hope that the creators might take this review into consideration and add an option so as to not impose this limitation on their users.
I won't try to sound so negative but for New York City there is not enough active people. Seems like i missed the boat. I keep trying to give this app a shot but it seems like it's more about collecting data for blogs for marketing instead of matching people on the app. Try the app for a day and you can experience the same thing. You won't get matched with anyone. That's why they don't show activity of users. Update: since shark tank it seems like hater has created a bunch of fake new reviews but the issue still remains. It’s going to be very hard to get this app off the ground. After national press and then on shark tank it is still a dud. Props to the PR FIRM..... they should be the company getting the investment, not this dump
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Hater - Find Friends or Dates is ranking in Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 29, 2017and the current version is 1.2.
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