Living Extreme was founded in 2010 by a fan of walking and outdoor lifestyles who identified that an online dating service could really help connect others singletons to share in similar outdoor activities.Loving the outdoors is a passion best shared by two.For people that love sports and are very active dating can sometimes get in the way of their lifestyle.Generally dates are not things where active things are done.As the app presents you with one topic at a time — other examples include Brangelina, “build the wall,” the Mc Rib sandwich and people who talk about their charity work — you swipe up to “love,” left to “dislike,” right to “like” and down to “hate.” Kylie Jenner quits personal posts on app after sex toy note No opinion? After gleaning enough likes and dislikes, the app then presents your most compatible matches in a Tinder-like format, from which you can swipe left or right on fellow “haters” to your little heart’s content.A handy fill-in-the-blank icebreaker feature helps avoid the dreaded chat opener “Hey.” Hater is the brainchild of 29-year-old Brendan Alper, a New York-based Goldman Sachs alum who quit finance to become a comedy writer.“If you find somebody with the same lifestyle passion, you don’t have to start out at square one,” North said.
Many active people do not enjoy these types of things. Active people and sports lovers have to try to incorporate their lifestyle into their dating activities.
Jennifer Lopez opens up on why she became a cougar in W Magazine So CEO Alper, with help from his team, dreamt up the app and a carefully curated list of about 2,500 topics.
(“Basically every time I talked to someone, I would ask them what they hated and I would just write in my phone,” he said.) He stresses that the company won’t tolerate “any sort of hate speech or bigotry,” though he says it has yet to encounter any issues.
It’s currently available in beta through the App Store to users worldwide.
It works simply enough: Just download the app and log in with your Facebook account.