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If users do decide to chat, they can choose to make any kind of plan to meet, though something active or workout-related is really what the app suggests.

Whether it works will be up to the people who try it, and whether they're willing to get sweaty in front of complete strangers who are also potential romantic partners.

The app is currently free on i OS and will launch on Android soon.

Single Cross Fitters, yogis, and cyclists rejoice: There's a new dating app designed just for you.

Sweatt, launching this month in the Apple App Store, takes into account preferred form of exercise, frequency, time of day and diet, along with more general wellness habits, to match users who might want to sweat it out together in—and outside—the gym.

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That is often the question for busy professionals who find it basically impossible to squeeze in both: You either head to the gym to focus on yourself, or saddle up to the bar to flirt during happy hour.

Enter Sweatt, a new app that's a bit like Tinder and Class Pass having a baby, as Mashable so noted.

It's creator, Dan Ilani, said that his app helps users find people to date with "a shared mindset.""That's an interesting filter that is harder to come by these days," he told AM New York.

"In the last decade or so, fitness has gone from becoming fit to a culture and a lifestyle." Sweatt's algorithm matches people based on their lifestyle choices, including the frequency of their workouts, when and how they like to exercise and even some nutritional preferences.

Similar to many dating apps, users are prompted to write a brief profile and provide information about their age, gender, location and sexual orientation.

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