As an online dating expert and matchmaker, I believe that love and relationships can be found online and off. In the summertime, it may be easier for singles to head to the beach or go to house parties to find a plus one. But once the cool weather sets in and holiday season kicks up, it can be harder to find spare time due to schedules, extracurricular activities, work and a little thing called sleep. Dating apps are a great way to still maintain a social life while trying to manage your daily life.
Using your phone's built in accelerometer and microphone, Spreadsheets gives you a detailed overview of your sexual performance, monitoring everything from your thrusts per minute to how loud you moan.
Here's your guide to the disappearing photo messaging service that's on everyone's phone.
These things also bothered Coffee Meets Bagel Co-Founder, Dawoon Kang, so she did what any self-respecting Stanford Business School grad would do and created a cyber-dating option she would want to use herself.
In today's digital age, complete sentences and properly spelled words are disappearing at an alarming rate only matched by the melting polar ice caps. Complete thoughts have been condensed down to 140 characters or less, emoticons have replaced emotions and love letters have morphed into email.
Sigh. If only mobile apps could help improve your relationship, bring your closer to your partner, improve your sex life and stave off fights. Wait ... they can! We road-tested four of the newest apps — one developed by K-Y Brand! — and found that technology can not only help you find love, but help you enhance it, too!
An application launched in October of 2012 that allows users to hide contacts in their phone book and keep call logs and text messages invisible. Known as 'the cheater app', with a shake of the phone, any incriminating evidence disappears. In Japan, a phone is quickly selling that masks calls and texts. Predominately used by men who are cheating on their wives or girlfriends, 'the Infidelity phone ' is making it easier to not get caught.
Kahnoodle is a free mobile app that turns love and affection into a game, allowing couples to track kind gestures and show their appreciation. Even better, Kahnoodle just launched "Koupons," a fantastic (and free) way to combat complacency. A more modern take on traditional "IOUs," these Koupons are a promise for a night of fun and bonding in the future.
By Nerd Chick, Andrea Eldridge, for GalTime.com Apps to keep you organized this holiday season Halloween’s over and you know what that means - it’s officially time for the holidays! Who doesn’t love this time of year? Trips to see relatives, parties with friends, gingerbread and eggnog…I could go on and on!
our smartphone can help you ease your mind and reduce your stress level. Here are our favorite stress reducing apps, available for iPhone and Android phones. The best part? They are all free.
When you’re behind the wheel, in most places you aren’t allowed to (or shouldn’t) use a hand held cell phone, an iPad, Blackberry, or other device that can distract you from the road ahead. If you play Angry Birds while negotiating a road in the mountains, you can be no better than a squashed pig. So what do you do when you’re facing a 600-mile stretch of highway on your next vacation? Play the “License Spelling Game.” It gives your brain a bit of fun to keep from falling asleep while you focus on the road ahead.
Picture this: First date. You sense some amazing chemistry. The conversation never stops; plenty of laughter. At the end of the wonderful evening, he kisses you goodnight—twice. Obviously you're heading into date two territory, right? Not so much.
"Does he call you less than when you first started dating?" "Does he make an effort to get to know you?" "When you think of him, do you smile or want to grab the vodka?" I'm being bombarded with questions about the guy I'm currently seeing — important ones that I should be answering honestly—but they're not coming from my best friend (or my mom, who's always been my own personal relationship guru).