Let's start off with two assumptions that everybody knows: there's a very thin line between love and hate, and nothing unites humans like a common enemy, whether Donald Trump, broccoli or drawing up a tax statement. And these are the two assumptions on which the dating app Hater is based: it's probably the most original application to meet new people that you've ever seen.
Nothing unites more than a common foe.
So, whilst the rest of apps take care of finding common interests and things that you like, such as going to the movies, sports or having a beer, with Hater everything is better. Download the application, choose a username, a profile picture, give your age and start answering a pile of questions. There are four options: hate, love, like or dislike. When you feel like you've answered enough, just see which people match your dislikings to see if they're what you were looking for.
Loving from hate
And if you manage to find someone special you'll have gone a long way. Because if that person looks good, is within your age range and has similar likings and dislikings to yours... that sounds look a good start especially if you're looking for a relationship. The truth is that the app comes along with loads of different questions that can help you to define psychological patterns in an accurate manner: it's fast, fun, and very intuitive.
However, it has two flaws: the first thing is distance as you might find your soulmate but he or she could be from Iceland. And the other one is that the app's only available in English so you'll need a good level in this language regardless of from where you are.