February 11, 2016
What is red, white, pink and shines romance all over the place? Valentine's Day, of course! The “love holiday”, which many attribute to consumerism, is approaching for most countries around the world, so if that is the case of your country, you should hurry to prepare something special for your significant other.
And while technology cannot solve all of our problems, it can surely give a hand. The advent of smartphones resulted in a huge number of apps being created, so there are obviously some of them related to Valentine's Day – let's meet five of them.
Restaurants are a popular place to go on Valentine's Day with a loved one. With Open Table, a free mobile app available for iOS and Android, that can be much easier, as it allows users to navigate around restaurants available and make their reservations from the commodity of your smartphone.
Shryne is an app developed for iOS that chronicles your social circles, like your girlfriend, family and friends, by accessing and analyzing emails, photos, videos, Instagram posts, text messages, Facebook messages, and much more. Shryne creates a stream for each relationship and provides insights with analysis on the interactions, with items like “who started interactions”, “who was most responsive”, the message and photos volume, as well as contact continuity.
With Shryne you can get some insights about the communication with your significant other, potentially opening ground for some improvements in that field and, thus, a better Valentine's Day.
Double Player for Music with Headphones
Valentine's is the perfect day for all the love to come out, but even in this day people do not agree on everything – including musical taste. If you plan to listen to music right next to your loved one and, knowing that you do not like what the other listens, want to do it anyway, there is an app to help: with Double Player for Music with Headphones you can play two playlists at the same time, using separate earbuds (there is an Android alternative as well). With this app, what is lost in sound quality is gained in cuddling and love.
Everyone who is or has been in a relationship knows just how easy it is to get carried away with it and, in times, going a little overboard with feeling in public grounds like Facebook. This is something that, quite often, is unpleasant for everyone else, so the better solution is to reserve those demonstrations of affection to some place else.
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