4 Unique Valentine's Day apps
Here are some apps that might help in having a unique experience On Valentine's Day. Pictured: Flowers are displayed for sale ahead of the Valentine's Day at a flower market in central Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Feb. 14, 2016. REUTERS/Samrang Pring

Valentine’s Day is widely celebrated as the day of love and friendship. It is the time of the year when people rekindle their romance, and if you don’t have an ongoing one, you can use the opportunity to try and make someone your Valentine.

Here are some apps that will help you find your ideal match on Valentine’s Day:

Hater: Compatibility is not a one-way road. Sometimes, you match up based on what you like and other times, you might even find your special someone based on something you both dislike.

Hater is an app which asks users about their feelings on a variety of different topics and then does something different from what most dating apps do — it matches people on what they dislike.

According to the app’s website, the most hated topics in the U.S. include slow drivers, mosquitoes, bullies, and not surprisingly, President Donald J. Trump.

To use the app, currently available only on iOS, you will need to have a Facebook page.

Sapio: A sapiosexual is a person who finds intelligence to be the most sexually attractive quality in a mate. If you think you belong to this category, this is an app that could help you on Valentine’s Day.

Rather than being an app that matches people with similar IQs, the app matches people with similar level of intelligence, sense of humor and interests.

It could help if you find the concept of a Tinder-style hookup pretentious.

The app requests users' permission to go through their Facebook account for information. In case you are uncomfortable giving it access to your data, you can fill out the information yourself.

Sapio even has a feature called a Question Explorer, a question bank with 300 questions on categories such as hope and dreams, hypotheticals, and one which most Sapiosexuals would relate to — inside my head.

Users can also use metrics to see if they like a particular individual or not. Apart from photos, these include height, ethnicity, education, smoking preferences and more.

Once you answer the questions, Sapio will start matching you, and if two people like each other, it will open up a chat room, where they can have a conversation.

The app is available on both iOS and Android.

OkCupid: OkCupid has massive database of potential matches and keeps adding new features which could help you find a potential mate. In addition to this, it now has a new system of Flavors, which creates matches based on some quirky categories such as Kinky Nerds, Beard Lovers, World Travelers etc.

Apart from this, it has other tools such as personality quizzes and Instagram integration.

Klique: If you are anxious about going on a first date, Klique might be able to help. The dating app is based on the concept of hanging out in groups. It will let you create a group of up to four from your Facebook friends. This group would be called your Klique and the app will set up meetings with other such Kliques and start a group chat.

The idea is that two Kliques can actually meet up in real life and eliminate the awkwardness of a solo first date.

The app does offer the option to match with individual members too. You can match up with someone and still invite their Klique to a meetup.