“In love, the conventional wisdom is that positivity brings people together and negativity does not. It’s all very sweet and uplifting. And kind of boring. We’re in an era of dating-app fatigue, after all, where the default setting is more apathy than positivity. Enter Hater, a dating app that actually encourages negativity. Instead of prompting the user to fill an empty “about me” section with enough wit to get a stranger to swipe right, Hater asks users to swipe on topics ranging from the profane to the profound.” Read more at The Washington Post.
Categories: Apps, Social Media