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The good news for all wingwomen and wingmen-in-waiting is that it’s now surprisingly easy to insert yourselves into the romantic lives of your friends.
You simply login to the app with Facebook and create a profile for the single friend in question.
However, it’s up to you to decide if that person is, in fact, a good fit.
It's funny to think of your friends trying to save your from your own bad judgment — Wilson deemed it "a bit of a breathalyzer test." But you’re also opening a discussion about why your choices might have led your pals to screech, "No, no, no he’s not right for you." There’s probably something you can learn from that reaction.
You can do this for as many pals as you like, and each dater profile can also have multiple wingpeople.
Your friend is then sent a link to review all the good things you’ve said about them. This is not the time to revisit the awful thing your best pal said to you in middle school.) Once they’ve approved their profile, you can start swiping through potential matches for them.
While in testing, women have tended to sign up more as wingpeople, there's been roughly an equal pool of male and female singles.
You’re sitting at a bar, you see a cute guy or girl, point them out to your friend, make the introduction, and then duck out.
As in real life, you’re allowed to have more than one wingman, and there's even a leaderboard to see which wingman is doing the best for any given single.
But Wilson told us it can be for casual dating as much as it is finding marriage material.
She designed the app to recreate the way these interactions would work IRL.
It was then that she realized there really was no easy way for friends to help each other out, especially if they lived in different places. She's been beta testing it in the UK and Australia for several years, and now she's ready to make it official in the U. It's for anyone who wants a little help from a friend, including those who’ve dated online so much that they've grown weary from all the swiping and endless disappointment.