Say I Love You With These Valentine’s Day Apps

Say I Love You With These Valentine's Day AppsValentine’s Day is coming. So, whether you’re a master procrastinator who wants to turn over a new leaf, a clueless newbie to the dating game, or you simply long to find that one romantic bone somewhere in your body, there are apps that can help you with that.

Yes, you read that correctly. There are apps out there that can help you make this Valentine’s Day your best one ever with just the touch of a few buttons. Here are just a few.

1. Sex & Marriage

If you want to set the boudoir–and every other room in the house–on fire this Valentine’s Day, this app may be the one for you. Teeming with saucy tips, sexy games, and other intimacy-inspiring ideas, this app will never leave you at a loss for romantic and playful activities. Whether you opt for a battle involving whipped cream or a more traditional rose petal approach, Sex & Marriage will set that spark aflame.

2. OpenTable

Oops! Your Valentine is longing for a romantic dinner out, but you forgot to make a reservation. Rather than spend the next week sharing living quarters with Fido, let OpenTable save your foot-dragging hide. Thanks to this handy app, all you need to do is enter your city name and the time of your desired reservation and –presto– OpenTable generates a list of all the restaurants that have a table open at that time. Simply choose the location you want, tap on the table, and your reservations are made. Not only can you pick from over 20,000 North American restaurants, but you can also earn reward points every time you make a booking through the app.

3. Shatoetry

The love of your life doesn’t have to be a “Trekkie” to enjoy this gem–although an appreciation for Captain Kirk’s unique linguistic stylings will help. Meet Shatoetry, William Shatner’s official app, and your only chance to have your own original thoughts expressed by James Tiberius, himself. As Shatner states, “You’ve heard my spoken-word performances. But until now, you’ve only ever heard what I wanted to say.” Shatoetry strives to change all that–making this a hilarious tool for wooing your Valentine and living out a sci-fi dream.

4. Live Diamond Try On

If your future Mrs. Right has been dropping hints–subtle or not-so-subtle–that she wants a ring on her finger–ASAP–you may be able to stay in her good books with the Live Diamond Try On app. Yes, you can avoid crossing the threshold of a purveyor of fine jewelry by letting her try on virtual rocks, instead. She can test out different shades of gold and a variety of diamond styles and sizes and, using a photo of her own hand, see how dazzling they will look in the flesh. And, if you do decide to pop the big question, this app will find your nearest jeweler. Just in case.

5. Valentine’s Day Quizzle

If your Valentine’s engine gets all revved up by your finely tuned cerebellum, you may want to check out the Valentine’s Day Quizzle app. Whether you memorize the answers beforehand and dazzle her with your big brain or you opt to discover these juicy tidbits together, this will shed a whole new light on the true meaning of the day dedicated to St. Valentine.

6. Hello Vino

If all wines look and taste the same to you, you may be in need of the Hello Vino app. Yes, this handy tool is like having your very own sommelier at your fingertips. Do you need a wine that goes with roasted duck? No problem. This is the app for that. Yes, find the perfect wines to match any meal or occasion and become a master of oenology.

Thanks to your handy iPhone, you can now access a plethora of tools designed to help you woo your Mr. or Mrs. Right. So kick that dilly-dallying habit, shed that “newbie” title, and prove that you are capable of monumental levels of romance. After all. There are several apps for that.

What is your favorite Valentine’s Day app? Why?

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Kimberley Laws
I am a freelance writer, avid blogger, illustrator, and aspiring novelist who thinks the world is a terribly funny place filled with bizarre things to observe--and, of course, comment on.
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