6 Messaging Apps for Couples
This Friday is Valentine’s Day, and while texting is a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, it’s sometimes nice to have a special way to communicate with your partner.
Here are some great apps that can help you do just that. A few are specifically made for couples and a few are more general, but all of them will help make those loving words sound a little bit more personal!
With Avocado, you create an account for you and your special someone and then you can both log in using your own devices. Your information is only shared between the two of you. You can send private messages, mobile hugs and kisses, calendar reminders, custom sounds, video clips, photos, and much more. One of the best apps for couples!Cost: Free and paid versions
Platform: Android, iOS, Web, *Windows Phone
*For Windows Phone users, there is an unofficial app called Lovocado which works well with Avocado.
Between is great for long-distance relationships. You share the location of the cities you both live in, so you can get automatic weather updates and more. You can also share private texts, voice mails, photos, and memories, and count down the dates to meetings and other events via your shared calendar.Cost: Free
Platform: Android, iOS
Verizon Messages effectively replaces the standard messaging app on your smartphone or tablet, while adding a host of new features. Verizon Messages automatically sync texts between all your devices, including your desktop and laptop computers. Along with sending regular text messages, you can also send voice messages, songs, photos, and videos. You can also draw on your photos, and even share your location with the integrated Glympse feature.Cost: Free
Platform: Android, iOS, Web
101 Love Msgs
Need a little help sending love notes to your Valentine? With 101 Love Msgs, you just scroll through dozens of different phrases and expressions, pick the one that you like, and instantly share it via text message. A simple but effective app if you are struggling to find the right words.Cost: Free
Platform: Windows Phone
Couple is another option for couples to have a private place to share texts, voicemails, photos, and videos. You can even share cute thumb kisses. If you break up, your information is still retained in case you get back together. However, you can request a permanent removal of data if you are sure it is over 🙁Cost: Free, with in-app purchases
Platform: iOS, Android, Web
If you are a regular user of Apple products, then the iOS-based Messages is another great option. Messages lets you text over Wi-Fi rather than SMS and it includes photos, videos, location mapping and contact information. Messages also keeps everything synced across all of your devices, so you can pick up the conversation from anywhere.Cost: Free
How do you stay connected with your partner?
Robyn Wright is a social media specialist and blogs on her own blog, RobynsOnlineWorld.com, as well as several other sites. Robyn has a love for family, technology, food and lots of apps!