Be the matchmaker for your friends. Who is a good match?
Hitch two of your Facebook friends. They don’t necessarily have to know each other. Easy.
Friends know better than matching algorithms. There is no way around it.
Hitches are anonymous chats. You know it’s a friend of a friend but you don’t know who exactly.
When your friends set you up with someone, it appears here. Who will it be?
Couples you set up appear here. How many messages have they exchanged?
Help explains everything you need to know. Everything.
Login with Facebook, select two friends and match. Boom.
Guy at work? Best friend? Choose wisely. If they are not on Hitch, don’t worry, we’ll send them a Facebook invite.
Add a personal message with your hitch. Obviously, don’t write their names in the message, otherwise they will know who it is!
The Hitch (the Matchmaker) can only set you up with someone they know. But you don’t know who exactly.
Rules are: chat, impress, and maybe Reveal. Both have to accept to see each other’s name and profile picture.
Said something silly? Don’t fancy your date? Stay hidden and don’t reveal your identity. Like Batman.
Test your Matchmaking skills. Who is a good match? Keep track of your set-ups.
No, you can’t see what they are chatting about. But we’ll show you how many messages have been exchanged. Hint: if there are 500 messages or so, they probably like each other. Boom. Next one.
If anyone asks “What do you do?”, say you change people’s lives. Forever.