A Revolutionary New App Proves that Science Can Predict Your Love Life

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Nanaya, Launching Beta App February 14, 2016

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There was a certain affirmation in knowing that all 5 graphs indicated I”d be happier single than with my former boyfriend.

Rashied Amini, a former NASA Jet Propulsion Lab systems engineer and current astrophysics PhD student has developed a new application that takes predicting love and compatibility to new levels of accuracy and specificity. The new app can even predict if two people should break up or stay together.

Nanaya is not an online dating or matchmaking platform. It’s a carefully designed and scientific app that uses algorithms and data mining in over 1000 dimensions to calculate the odds of finding love. The algorithms are based on the same methods Amini used for designing future space missions.

After users complete a 5 - 10 minute online questionnaire the app generates a completely unique four page report that will predict the odds of finding love, where and when it will happen, the best time to settle down, and more, based on the user’s future romances, social life, friend network and personality.

The company, which launched in 2015, will release its new beta application to the public on February 14, 2016 at http://www.nanaya.co. The app will be offered at no cost while the program is in beta. After the first 100,000 users the application will increase in program accuracy and allow Nanaya to launch another round of extensive features, including the predicting if a relationship will succeed.

An optional add-on that enables premium features and doubles the size of the report will be offered to users for only $4.99. The app is currently available in English, Greek, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.

Biography: Rashied Amini, a former NASA Jet Propulsion Lab systems engineer and current astrophysics PhD student developed Nanaya. His theoretical white paper “An Algorithm for the Forecasting of Romantic Options” has been covered by over 30 publications worldwide including New Scientist and El Pais. Amini is the owner and developer of Nanaya which launched in 2015.


Press Contact:
To use Nanaya before release, get more information, or to book an interview with Rashied Amini, email info(at)nanaya(dot)com.

“I created Nanaya to encourage honesty and to bring people together. Looking at your possible futures is like gazing into a magic mirror - it supports self awareness.”

  • Rashied Amini

“There was a certain affirmation in knowing that all 5 graphs indicated I”d be happier single than with my former boyfriend.”

Nanaya Report Details:
The report predicting the participants future love life includes six sections. The highlight of the report is interactive graphs that make a seven year prediction of the user’s chances of finding love, including when and where it will happen. It also predicts the number of times it will happen and the compatibility of the partner found. Four romantic scores summarize the user’s outlook and romantic personality and compares them to others nearby with similar gender and orientation. An adaptive text report is also included that helps users to interpret results and provides advice on how to beat the odds predicted.

Two additional sections also help users find communities (physical locations, careers, ethnic groups, activity groups, etc.) where the user is most likely to find a compatible match and where that particular user would be the most desired.
The Premium Access also offers a final section that predicts the optimal age for settling down, which is also part of the calculations determining whether the user should or should not stay in a current relationship. The Premium Access also unlocks more information throughout the report and an array of non-subscription premium features.

Useful Facts & Statistics:
The US Census reports that 44% of Americans are currently single.
Match.com reports that 40 million Americans are using online dating services. http://www.match.com/magazine/article/4671/
Many people are stuck in a semi-happy relationship wondering what if they could do better. http://magazine.foxnews.com/love/are-you-semi-happy-marriage

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