Users of a new intergalactic dating app could apparently find their perfect soulmate hidden among the stars.
Dating website LocalSin says it is in the process of creating the untitled smartphone application to help extra-terrestrials and humans find love across the galaxy.
Allegedly inspired by Nasa, the free application transmits radio frequencies from Earth to other planets across the Milky Way galaxy. Why? We're not sure.
A spokesman for LocalSin said: 'The intergalactic dating application will be a first in many ways.
'It will give normal, broadminded people the opportunity to communicate with other life forms, and could open the doors to true universal dating.'
The company claims it is currently working on developing the app, which could take five years to complete, and has started the process by using a team of experts to start the 'research and exploratory phase of the mission'.
Transmissions could apparently reach as far as Jupiter's moon Europa and Saturn's moon Enceladus, both of which scientists claim could support potential life.
'There are tens of thousands of single people who have scoured the Earth looking for love but have been unsuccessful in their quest,' said the website's spokesman, possibly not with a straight face..
'This is their chance to boldly go where no one has gone before – to literally look to the stars for love.'
Not much else is known about this scientific app but we're thinking wannabe daters may have more joy if they keep their hunt for the perfect mate a little closer to home.