This dating app promises you a compatible match every 24 hours

Hinge has a new feature to get you off the app and on a date.

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Most Compatible is available on iOS Wednesday.

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Can an algorithm used to pair medical school students with residency programs find you your soul mate? Or, at least, get you out of the house and on a date?

If you use dating app Hinge, you'll be finding out. 

The app's new feature, called Most Compatible, rolls out Wednesday on iOS. Every 24 hours, it serves up a suggestion for someone who is your best match. In a statement, Hinge said early market tests showed people were eight times more likely to go on a date with their Most Compatible match than a regular match. 

In order to make these matches, Hinge is using the Gale Shapley algorithm -- an algorithm that's been applied to various situations like matching med students and residency programs.  

Hinge lets you like or comment on people's profiles as a way of making a connection. There's no swiping involved. Most Compatible takes all that data into consideration. 

The feature will be available to Android users July 17.