Do you ever feel like you’re always talking about plans to go here or hang out with so-and-so, but you’re never actually doing most of those things?

Well that’s why Ketchup, a new app available on the App Store, has launched into existence. The app lets you keep track of all the activities you said you’d do with someone, or even ping a friend on the fly to go to a movie sometime, grab drinks, or whatever.

The idea is to always have a running list of all your potential hang-out opportunities with friends, whatever that might be. That way, when you’re bored, you can scroll through the list and start texting people.

Many social planning apps have tried and failed to bring people together, but flakiness seems to stand in the way of most. That’s why founder Matt Capucilli decided to leave timing out of the app completely. Instead, he wants Ketchup to be a place where two friends can make a contract with each other: “We’re going to do X.”

Since the app uses Facebook to connect, chances are you have some way of getting in touch with friends you’ve chosen to hang out. That way, Ketchup doesn’t get mixed in with all the intricacies of planning, but still helps you figure out what you’re going to do with friends.

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