New app HeavenlySinful wants to satisfy both “heavenly” singles, looking for a more serious relationship, and “sinful” singles interested in something fun and open-ended.
Users are asked whether they are looking for something heavenly or sinful, each time they open the app.
A mood map then pops up, which shows both sets of users who are in your vicinity.
You then browse through these matches, and swipe up for heavenly – if you want to pursue something serious – or down for something more sinful.
Once you have a match, a chat window opens and users can send each other notes, photos, video messages and stickers.
HeavenlySinful also lets users upload a video profile, as an alternative to the traditional dating profile.
While the company says they are trying to eliminate the “blurred lines” in dating – trying to cater to both relationship types in one app, while also keeping them separate, might increase confusion.
Because you are asked to choose what you are looking for each time you open the app, the inference is that users are looking for both, depending on the matches, therefore potentially defeating the object of separating the two types of relationship in the first place.
The app is available on iOS here.