Heavenly Sinful is New Tinder-Like Dating App That Leads with Users’ Intentions


Heavenly Sinful is a new Tinder-like dating app that allows users to disclose their motives right from the start. Meaning, it cuts through the bullshit and gets to the point letting you know if the person you’re about to swipe joined this community to fuck or to find love, because there is no in between.

According to the email they just sent:

Heavenly Sinful, a new location-based dating app, takes the mystery out of the dating scene by offering users the ability to state their intentions—whether they are searching for a soulmate or a playmate—at each login.

Users can swipe up for “Heavenly,” to find a serious commitment, or swipe down for “Sinful,” to find a something more casual. Your mood (heavenly or sinful) is kept anonymous until there’s a match. Once two people’s intentions (and interest) are a match, they can chat with stickers, voice and video messages.

Users can also upload a profile video to create a lasting first impression, give a glimpse into their personality, and provide dynamic ways to interact.

A moodmap lets users see what’s happening in their ‘hood and reveals real-time Heavenly and Sinful feelings of nearby users. The moodmap does not reveal user’s name or exact location.

Go forth, download and then fuck or find love. Or spend months failing and then delete the app because you’re helpless.