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Samsung’s Refrigerdating app is almost like Tinder

07 February 2019 3

It’s often said that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. It’s quite clear that food has quite an important role to play when it comes to romantic connections. It seems like Samsung shares a similar belief. The company is attempting to blend food and love through its app called Refrigerdating. The app works in tandem with the Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator by taking a picture of the food items inside your refrigerator. You can then make a choice by swiping right or left depending upon the images of food which you see!


Well, this isn’t too bad of an idea considering the fact that most dating apps or websites are populated by unrealistically edited images. In fact, by looking at what one eats and the way one lives, a lot can be learnt about a person. Elin Axelsson, a PR manager at Samsung Electronics Nordic, says:

We hope people can meet under more honest or transparent circumstances with the help of the contents of the fridge because that can tell you a lot about the personality.

The good news is that the Rerigerdating app can be installed on all Samsung Smart appliances and phones through a web browser. Samsung worked with a relationship expert while designing the app and hopes that users won’t go the extent of decorating their refrigerators in order to get a match! The app is currently available for a global audience after signing up for it.


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