So chances are it will end up serving people who are looking to find more lasting connections.
But Wilson told us it can be for casual dating as much as it is finding marriage material.
That's either terrifying or a total relief, depending on how you feel about your friends!
Wingman also stands out because it wasn’t created by the stereotypical figure behind many dating apps, the whiz kid who thinks the right algorithms can solve any problem.
What sets it apart from the flood of other dating apps is that singles can’t create their own profiles or connect themselves with people.
Your fate rests almost entirely in the the hands of your wingman or wingwoman.
Now you can pass on this dreaded task to your trusted surrogate and let him or her do all the grunt work — and, even better, deal with all the rejection.
When they try to match you with someone and that person says no, you remain blissfully unaware.
If you swipe on a match for your single and that person is interested, your friend is automatically connected to them. Sorry, nosy nellies, you don’t get to be a part of their chats.
There’s an obvious appeal here for a lot of meddling friends too.
There are those of us who are now in relationships and need to live vicariously through our single friends.
Instead it's the brainchild of Tina Wilson, a charismatic, fully grown woman with several decades of IRL dating under her belt.
Wilson, who's based in London, told that she found herself single after a breakup and had a squad of friends, most of whom were already paired off, who were eager to drag her into the world of online dating.