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Have you ever wished there was an easier way for your friends to choose who you date – instead of you? Well, insert the idea of a new (and free) dating app called Ship.

The app, created by media company Betches, allows you to invite your BFF to review and accept potential matches on your behalf.

Founders Aleen Kuperman, Jordana Abraham and Samantha Fishbein teamed up with Mandy Ginsberg, CEO of the Match Group, when they realized something was missing from dating apps – getting their besties’ honest and insightful opinions.

It’s no secret that we all ask our friends’ opinion on someone before we start seriously dating them – whether it’s a group chat to analyze texts or a heart-to-heart conversation. Ship allows its users to invite their friends who are in relationships (from married to the “it’s complicated” stage) into a group chat where you can share possible matches with each other before actually committing.

“Ship eliminates the pressure and anxiety surrounding dating apps and talking with a stranger because you have your friends cheering you on throughout the entire process,” founders Kuperman, Abraham, and Fishbein told Cosmopolitan.

This app eliminates the process of sending a screenshot of your romantic interest’s social media profile to your besties. This app now lets you share user profiles all in one place, so no more screenshots taking up space in your phone.

And with all that extra space from less screenshotting, you’ll have more room for love!