Unusual relationship apps can be a good alternative for those who are tired of virtual window style apps, like Tinder, Happn, Badoo and Jaumo. The following list contains some options that deviate a little from this concept and allow you to find the ideal match by sending questions, comparing DNA or through the horoscope. Meet free relationship apps with unusual proposals for those who want to find the ideal match. They are available for iPhone (iOS) and / or Android phones.
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Waving allows users to voice description Photo: Divulgao / Waving
Waving is an app for users to present themselves only for short stretches of audio, which are available in a profile. In this way, the developers believe, people are less tempted to fall into snares, like being attracted to fake profiles with flashy photos. In addition, you already have an idea of how to be a future conversation. The application is only available for iPhone (iOS).
Astrolink has a paid service that allows you to see astral compatibility with other users Photo: Reproduo / Gabriel Ribeiro
Astrolink is not a flirting app. He is an online service specializing in making a chart. However, Astrolink also functions as a social network. And there, where things can happen, as the app brings together in one place people with interests in horoscope and other astrology related issues. The website also allows you to see compatibility with possible relationships. See if you match the crush according to the stars.
Pheramor analyzes users' DNA to suggest ideal match Photo: Divulgao / Pheramor
With Pheramor, the science that can help you find the perfect match. The company promises to know the ideal match based on a DNA analysis. For this, after registering in the application, the company sends a collection kit to the user, who sends it back to Pheramor to complete the laboratory test.
Scientists isolate genes linked to pheromones, chemical substances aimed at attraction. With this data and in conjunction with the profile information, an algorithm makes the suggestion of suitors most likely to match. The feature is available for Android and iPhone (iOS), but works for now only in Houston, Texas, in the United States.
Cuddli flirting application for the geek audience Photo: Divulgao / Cuddli
Cuddli is a "Tinder" for nerds, with some very specific functions. In the profile it is possible to include icons with five things that most identify the user, such as computers, cats and books, for example. From there, you can see in the other profiles something in common.
Like Tinder, the conversation is only released if the match happens. Then, users can choose to enter "couple mode". In this way, profiles are kept private, no other suitors are displayed and conversations with other people are "frozen". The application is available for Android and iPhone (iOS).
Hater Photo: Gabrielle Lancellotti / dnetc
Hater's proposal to unite couples who hate the same things. The application lists a series of topics ranging from celebrities and politicians to everyday situations. Users need to say whether or not they like the questions presented by Hater. From this, an algorithm suggests suitors according to the answers. Find someone who doesn't like sunny days, people who walk slowly on the street or who hate Katy Perry. The app is available for Android and iPhone (iOS).
Wingman + your digital cupid Photo: Melissa Cruz / dnetc
Don't be a "rotten finger" anymore, let a friend choose who you should date. Wingman + allows users to choose friends to manage their love life. The match only happens when the "cupids" approve the profiles simultaneously. It is possible to create a ranking among the friends who are most able to arrange meetings. The application, for now, is only available on the United States App Store (iOS).