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The article showcased a tool called Analyse Words that generated a user's emotional style and said whether they were worried, angry or depressed, as well as revealing their social and thinking styles - all from tweets.

Mr Smith made contact with Toronto-based language scientists Receptiviti AI - including the man behind Analyse Words - and rebuilt Love Flutter with 'Twitter at its core.'James Pennebaker, co-founder of Receptiviti said: 'There is more to tweets than authors' appreciate - each entry is like a fingerprint.

Do your best to avoid being negative.' The company has also worked with Receptiviti on a 'Twitter Personality Test' that reveals insights into a user's personality from their tweets and even offers dating tips, such as: 'Get to the point quickly and don't waste their time'Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.

It features 24 hours of battery life and claims to be a 'mini-disco on the move'.

'Because on a date in real life, looks matter, but what you say counts.'As well as your most recent tweets, the profile includes up to six pictures, and details such as a user's job, education and political views, common friends and interests.

Users can also write a fun fact that is up to 140 characters long.

Loveflutter aims to appeal to Twitter's estimated 150 million single users.

While it may be designed to delve deeper into its users' personalities than Tinder, the app also allows anonymous swiping to let users 'like' or 'pass' on profiles.

London-based co-founder of Loveflutter, Daigo Smith said he created the Twitter-focused app having been inspired by an article he read on Mail Online about what tweets reveal about people's personalities.

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the service sets itself apart by focusing on low-stress dating scenarios with clear finish times. You're a professional working long hours and you don't want to date a colleague.

If users get a match, it's up to them to decide whether to meet in real life and there's an in-app 'venue discovery tool' to help them pick a romantic location.

To safeguard privacy, the app does not display its users' Twitter handles or full names, post anything to Twitter on their behalf or alter their existing Twitter privacy settings.

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