Your besties are always helpful when it comes to analyzing what your crush really means in a text. They can assure you if he means “haha in a funny, or a sexy way” when you just can’t tell. And as much as they’re glad to offer this service, everyone has a breaking point.
And when your BFFs don’t want to look at another text to help you decipher it, now there’s an app for that. Crushh - yeah, with two h’s - uses algorithms to read and analyze the words in the tests to determine if the sender actually likes you. So it’s like your high tech best friend in this case.
Here’s how it works: you download Crushh and select the contact you want to analyze. It gets busy figuring it all out, reviewing the same things your friends and you do: frequency, length, response times, and features within the texts - like emoji use, words, and punctuation. And then it gives you a score out of five as to who likes who more. So if it decides you like each other equally, you get a 2.5.
So you’ll never be looking at a kissy face emoji struggling to make sense of it again. Because thanks to technology, Crushh can do it for you.