This is especially true if your significant other shoots down the idea you’ve proposed.Kindu makes the situation less awkward by allowing you to suggest these ideas and desires from within the app.
Uploaded photos are automatically organized into a timeline, too, and you can comment on each of them.
Cute touches include a counter that lists the days since you met and a Memory Box for saving really special photos or memos. Download now from: i Tunes Google Play This private, real-time messenger also allows you to share videos, photos, and voice messages.
Your partner can mark these proposals with a “definitely,” “maybe,” or a “no.” The “Show and Tell” feature allows you flirt and share intimate photos.
It seems these types of apps fall into three categories: apps for encouraging sex (which we did not include in our review), apps for productivity (like syncing calendars and making "honey-do" lists), and apps to encourage communication (questions, games, etc.).
Download now from: i Tunes Google Play Here’s another option for private, one-to-one chats.
With Between, you can share text messages, a calendar, photos, memos, and voicemails with the press of a button.You can even add the app to your lock screen for a shortcut to your partner.Download now from: Google Play This messenger app is packed with features to help you record your relationship.The secret photo option also allows you to send a snap that will automatically disappear after a set amount of time, a la Snapchat.One unusual feature unique to Couple is Thumb Kiss, a feature which makes both phones vibrate simultaneously when touched in the same spot.Draw images, send selfies, and type personalized messages directly from the lock screen and your partner will see them instantly.