There's A New Dating App Which Lets Your MATES Pick Matches For You

This could go either way...

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Let's face it, if you use (or have ever used) a dating app - be if POF, Elite Singles or our old friend Tinder, likelihood is you've at some point or other, gone to screenshot a particularly dishy potential to get the approval of your nearest and dearest.

Well, this may have just gone one step further.

With new dating app Ship, you effectively hand over aaaaall the stress to your BFF and let your buds pick the matches for you...so you don't have to. And if you've been prone to picking bad lads (or gals) in the past, this could be the perfect solution for you.

The profiles are likely nothing different to what you've been used to in the past, if you're familiar with the dating app universe. You can upload your bio, up to six photographs and a bit about your career/studies as well as what you're after - be it casual dating, a relationship, etc.

You can even let your potential bae know what sign you are! Because everyone knows an Aries should never date a Taurus...

Useful, right?

So how does it work?

You hand over control to your bestie and they simply swipe right if they see someone they think would be perfect for you.

You and all your mates will then automatically go into a group chat so the important analysis can begin...

Founders of the app, Aleen Kuperman, Samantha Fishbein and Jordana Abraham claim that the idea behind the new app was to offer what's missing from all the other apps currently on the market - that is, the input of the ones closest to you.

Ship is available in the App Store now, simply download and let your mates find you the perfect match for Valentine's Day.

All's fair in love and war, after all.

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