Monthly Archives: June 2015

Quiver Redesigned: Matchmaking Made Simpler

A new version of Quiver is ready for download! Over the past month, we’ve seen over 100,000 votes on matches by Matchmakers around the world. In the latest version, we’ve made some major upgrades to the app design, and greatly improved performance in key components of the app.

On the design side, the app has received a major overhaul. We’ve stripped out the buttons on the matchmaking screen and focused on creating an intuitive, minimalist user experience. We’ve greatly improved chat performance, and integrated additional functionality, such as photo sending. Let’s take a second to go through some of the new screens…

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When you register for Quiver, you’ll be prompted to “hide” or “show” your profile in the app. If you solely want to matchmake for friends, or people around the world, select “hide profile” and you’ll be able to play the game without getting matched yourself. If you want to get matched with other users in the app, make sure to show your profile!

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Once you’re in the game, swipe two cards together to match them, or swipe them apart to pass. You’ll see what other people voted on that match. Remember, for a match to go through, the majority of people need to like the match.

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Any time you receive a match, you can now see who matched you and your match percentage based on votes in the system. Inside the chat screen, you can always access a person’s profile by tapping their avatar in the top right.

We have more changes coming in the next few weeks, so stay tuned for updates! The next update will build on top of Quiver 1.0, and increase functionality for Single users, and their friends. You can download Quiver on the Apple App Store. Give it a try, and let us know what you think!