With the expansion of cell phone technology, there is an app for just about everything, including relationship issues. Historically, if couples wanted to connect, they would have to use a landline phone, and eventually, text messaging became an option.
Still, a couples app can now help people stay connected and even find resources for improving their relationship. Here, learn about the best apps for couples in 2021.
Couples apps as relationship tools
Apps are known to help with planning and organization, and apps for couples can do just that. These relationship apps can help you store photos, create schedules, develop date ideas, and manage household chores and tasks.
If you’re looking for sex apps for couples, MysteryVibe is the top choice of 2021. This app syncs with the Crescendo, Tenuto, and Poco vibrators, allowing users to create their vibration patterns.
A partner can control the vibrations from the app, allowing couples to enjoy the app together to enhance their sex lives. MysteryVibe is among the top sex apps for Android phones but is also compatible with iOS.
For couples living miles apart, Kast offers an option for having a “movie night” together.
This app allows you and your long-distance significant other to watch the same movie or TV show via the app, where you also have the option of using a split-screen so that you can text or video message while watching a romantic movie.
Cost: Free for a basic plan, $6.49 for a premium package that allows you to watch without ads
Long-term relationships like marriages can lose their spark over time, but this couples app can help keep the spark alive. The app allows spouses to remind each other about upcoming tasks and dates, and it reminds each user to do things to make their spouse happy, offering rewards for when this is accomplished.
The app provides ideas for starting conversations and also provides date night ideas.
If you feel disconnected or frustrated about the state of your marriage but want to avoid separation and/or divorce, the marriage.com course meant for married couples is an excellent resource to help you overcome the most challenging aspects of being married.
Jenni Jacobsen is a licensed social worker with a master's degree in social work from The Ohio State University, and she is in the process of completing her dissertation for a Doctorate of Philosophy in Psychology. She has worked in the social work field for 8 years and is currently a professor at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. She writes website content about mental health, addiction, and fitness.
Licensed as both a social worker through Ohio Board of Counselors, Social Workers, and Marriage/Family Therapists and school social worker through Ohio Department of Education as well as a personal trainer through American Council on Exercise.