Launched in 2016, Hater made a buzz around the internet stratosphere by taking the swiping feature that made Tinder into the success that it is today and turning it completely around. It promised to match people based on what they hate instead of the usual "mutual interests" the general public's curiosity was piqued.
Founder Brendan Alper reportedly based this idea on a previous comedy skit and studies showing that people who bond over mutual hates tend to develop deeper connections. Hater's popularity peaked once more when it appeared on Shark Tank and was offered $200,000 by Mark Cuban. Since then, the app has amassed a community of 750,000 worldwide users.
Recently, people noticed that the app is not available in both Apple Store and Google Play Store. There is no official about the closure of the company who developed the app.