Valentine's Day Guide 2014 - Netted
Guide • January 22, 2014

Valentine's Day Guide 2014

9 sites and apps for any relationship status
  • Lovestagram

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    Here’s a V-Day gift you can’t compete with: Kaitlyn Trigger, girlfriend of Instagram founder Mike Krieger, learned to code and built this app that compiles the Instagram photos you’ve shared with a specific person into a virtual Valentine.

    Go to Lovestagram

  • Playlist Poetry

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    Let’s Get It On. Adore. Untitled (How Does it Feel?). For the most romantic tunes out there, you don’t even need the music to get in the mood. Spin some heart-winning poetry using only song titles with this brilliant Spotify app.

  • TouchRoom

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    This app is as schmaltzy (and oddly enjoyable) as it gets. Invite your distance-challenged beau to join you on the app. Track each other’s touch points on the screen, and when they overlap your phone vibrates and you feel the connection.

    Go to TouchRoom

  • RedStamp

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    If you’re like us, you want old school wooing mixed with new-tech wowing for this coming Valentine’s Day. Accomplish that by sending fun, silly, and loving cards via email, text, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or even paper mail right off your phone.

    Go to RedStamp

  • Minibar

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    Here’s a smooth way to cap off a romantic evening: waltz out of the kitchen with a couple of cocktails you splashed together using this gorgeously-designed iPhone app. Or, you know, you could offer a glass of milk. We’re sure that’ll go over well.

    Go to Minibar

  • HowHeAsked

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    Maybe this is the Valentine’s Day where you finally propose to on the big screen at a hockey game. Let us stop you right there and direct you to this site for inspiration. It’s a compendium of the most creative, lovely, and hilarious ways folks have tied the knot.

    Go to HowHeAsked

  • FindEatDrink

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    Given your druthers, your Valentine’s Day dinner and a movie plan might mean takeout and Netflix. Let pro reviewers, chefs, and restaurateurs show you the best places to get all lovey-dovey with this high-end food recommendation app.

    Go to FindEatDrink

  • Reactr

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    Need a creative way to ask your crush out? Try this new app, which sends someone a photos and snaps a photo on their front-facing camera as they view it. We’re thinking a pic of a bouquet of flowers, or a handwritten note. Just don’t go all Carlos Danger with it.

  • DateNightIs

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    The fancy restaurant? You’ve been a hundred times. A movie about love? Tired. A private getaway weekend? Been done. Bust out of your old habits and find the most romantic plan for Valentine’s Day with this couples planning site.