Technology has become a huge way for people to meet each other, and the majority of singles say they've joined a dating app at some point. Where does technology fit in for those of us already in relationships? and I took a few of these coupled-up apps—most of which say they'll help strengthen your existing relationship—for a test drive to find out whether they're worth the time (and data usage).
As it turns out, there are plenty of options for us too. Here were our impressions: Couple This one's almost like a social media platform but dedicated to the two of you instead of your entire social network.
Reliance Jio is likely to launch its much awaited 4G feature phone priced as low as Rs 500, a media report said, which would further stiffen competition in the telecom sector which Mukesh Ambani’s venture has already disrupted.
The launch could be during RIL’s annual general meeting on July 21, The Economic Times reported on Wednesday.
They then answered similar questions about their own partner’s smartphone dependency.
But once we finally got it working, it provided a fun way to pass the time on a train ride, and it did teach us a bit about each other.To restore access and understand how to better interact with our site to avoid this in the future, please have your system administrator contact [email protected] new survey on female masturbation conducted in India, has revealed a whole new niche use for Nokia's old feature phones.There's also a drawing function that lets you send scribbles or even create pictures together.Otherwise, though, it's pretty much a messaging app, allowing you to share your location, text, and send "thinking of you" notes—nice when you want to let your S. know they're on your mind but don't have anything in particular to say. closer by quizzing each of you on your partner's personality and habits, after which it compares your answers and tells you how well you know each other.