Technical support worker Aaron Smith, 32, has looked to eliminate the competition on online dating platforms, with Singularity letting users swipe through photos of only him.
The YouTuber - who runs the Aaron Loves Gear channel - has created an advert for the app, in which he says: "By utilising the latest in personality analysis and machine-learning technology, Singularity saves you countless hours of swiping by just matching you with me."
He teamed up with software engineer Scott McDowell to create the service, which isn't available on app stores yet but can be accessed via mobile website singularitydating.com.
Revealing it's lighthearted intention, the site jokingly asks for potential suitors to enter their social security number, alongside a button simply reading "Okay fine" which gives full access to the app.
Rather than an endless stream of profiles, the scrolling eventually ends on a page with Aaron's Facebook profile and email address, and he's already been getting friend requests through the app.
He told CNET: "I met my last serious girlfriend through Tinder, so is this really that different?"
He added: "If you're an eccentric, socially anxious cat lady, we're probably each other's type."