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The clock is ticking, and your heart is at stake.

The polarizing Black Mirror Season 4 episode "Hang the DJ" depicted a futuristic dating app in which an AI called "Coach" only gives daters a set amount of time — 12 hours, or even 12 years — to date a potential partner before they must move on to their next match. 

Now, of course, somebody has actually built an app inspired by the somewhat dystopian system. First spotted by Forbes, it's called Juliet and is available for free in the App Store.

On Jan. 2, a 24-year-old programmer named Julian Alexander hosted a Reddit AMA in which he debuted Juliet. The concept is that users of the app will only be paired with one prospective partner at a time, for a set amount of time. There are no profiles, and no swiping — just basic info like sexual orientation and location. Read more...

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