Crushh is a new app that uses an algorithm to interpret words and patterns to give users an accurate idea of how much a person in question likes them

Is there a difference between a “heyyyy” and a “hey?” How much can we glean from the words and phrases our romantic interests text us with? Apparently a whole lot, with a new New York-based app Crushh— perfect for those of us who love to analyze (or over analyze) text conversations. Now you don't have to submit your friends to this modern torture, because Crushh does it for you; and with more accuracy than a human ever could, thanks to its programmed algorithms.

Its algorithm interprets words and patterns to give an accurate estimate of how much the person in question likes you, it can even tell you if you S.O is about to break up with you and the fluctuations in score throughout the length of a relationship.

A score higher than 2.5 means the person likes you more, while anything lower means you like them more. A clean 2.5 means you're both on the same level.

So far the app only exists for Android (in beta testing), and iOS support hasn't been confirmed yet.

Crushh

Is there a difference between a “heyyyy” and a “hey?” How much can we glean from the words and phrases our romantic interests text us with? Apparently a whole lot, with a new New York-based app Crushh— perfect for those of us who love to analyze (or over analyze) text conversations. Now you don't have to submit your friends to this modern torture, because Crushh does it for you; and with more accuracy than a human ever could, thanks to its programmed algorithms.

Its algorithm interprets words and patterns to give an accurate estimate of how much the person in question likes you, it can even tell you if you S.O is about to break up with you and the fluctuations in score throughout the length of a relationship.