February 14th is coming and you better plan something romantic for your partner. But just in case you don’t, this free app offers great date night ideas for Valentine’s Day.
There is something for everyone here. You can turn your relationship into a quiz, assign tasks and gifts to your significant other, or test how right you are with each other. And as always, there’s some romantic music to go with.
All these apps are for people who already have someone special in their life. If you are single, we ask you to cover free dating sites to help you find love.
36 Questions in Love (Web): What Every Relationship Needs to Apply
In a famous study, psychologists Arthur and Elaine Aron (yes, they’re a married couple) investigate what makes people fall in love with each other. They distilled their research into 36 questions for the couple, which you can discuss this Valentine’s Day.
The theory of the question is that for older couples, a new practice like this can reignite the kind of intense excitement you felt when you first fell in love. And for a new couple (or a couple who are close to becoming a couple), these questions end up bringing you closer or proving that you don’t belong.
Either way, 36 questions is an intimate activity for a romantic time. The questions get very personal and make you think about yourself and your partner. It takes about an hour or two to go through the list; every couple has to pass them.
Happy Couple (Web, Android, iOS, Windows): Quiz each other, see if the answers match
How in sync are you and your partner? To find out, try this cool app that sends you short quizzes every day. The more your answers match, the more points you get for “boosting” your relationship status.
Every day, the app asks five questions. Three equals your partner, and two are random. Choose from multiple choice answers, or add a custom note. Once you and your partner have answered the same question, you will see if you are compatible or not. Otherwise, you can view the responses and comment on them.
This is a fun little app and one of the cool Valentine’s Day games that couples should play. Plus, even after V-Day, you’ll still get daily checks to find out more about each other. And that’s the best part of a relationship, right?
Download: Happy Couple for Android | iOS | Windows (Free in-app purchases available)
Spark Now (Android, iOS): Tasks and Rewards for Couples
In any relationship, the question you hear most often is “Whose turn is it?” Spark Now do fun activities with each other or together by attaching gifts.
Say you want your significant other to plan a date night for Valentine’s Day, or take on a series of other errands for the day. Launch Spark Now, set it as a task for them, and add a gift. The tasks can be in different categories (date night, cooking, cleaning, intimacy), set to repeat on a schedule, and your partner will even get notifications for reminders.
Used creatively, Spark Now can make work a little more fun given that you get a reward. And do not hold on to the task alone …
Download: Spark Now for Android | iOS (Free)
Kindu (Android, iOS): Find Secret Wishes Without Shame
There are some activities you might have imagined doing with your partner but were too shy to bring up. Kindu is a shame-free way to find out about each other’s overlapping desires and keep the other a secret.
Here’s how it works: you and your partner install apps and add to each other. Go through the free Starter Pack of Kindu cards filled with fantasies like cooking a romantic dinner or giving a sensual massage. If you like, you can create your own custom card too. Obviously, many ideas are more mature in nature, which is why secrecy is important.
For each Kindu idea card, tap love, hate, or maybe. If you and your partner tap on a match, both of you will see it. If they don’t match, the idea card is kept secret and discarded. So even if you have Princess Leia’s gold bikini fantasies, your partner will never know if they don’t like it.
Download: Kindu for Android | iOS (Free, in-app purchases available)
YouTube Romantic Playlist (Web): 18 Most Popular Valentine’s Day Songs
What’s a romantic evening without mushy music in the background? Billboard has listed 18 songs on YouTube that increase traffic every Valentine’s Day. From Elton John’s dulcet notes to Barry White’s inimitable deep vocals, it’s quite a playlist.
The good news is that you don’t have to hunt on YouTube to get one. We’ve got your back with no-signup playlists on Cue YouTube. Turn it on on your desktop or mobile web browser and start playing.
Of course, it’s always more romantic to create your own playlist. And for that, we have suggestions of love songs to stream on Valentine’s Day.
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