Suggest doing some serious research if you’re definitely going there, like getting to know the visa requirements.Even if you don’t have a set date, reading forums and tips online, watching videos on Youtube, planning an itinerary and thinking about a budget would still be fun.tl;dr: Not one app completely delivered our wish list.
Couple is popular for its "Thumbkiss" feature; users tap the screen at the same time and can "feel" one another by a slight vibration through the phone. While the app does not have a functional calendar, it does have a "List" feature for logging important dates.
It may sound corny but especially in a LDR is very sweet. Within chat we could send video, audio and little reminders like "Thinking of you." But besides Thumbkiss, none of these features were unique enough to crown Couple the winner.
This is really helpful for couples who are extroverts- you can enjoy yourself without your partner feeling like they’re left out.
Here at Couple, we firmly believe in the power of technology to help couples come together: We use our phones to send our loved ones pictures and messages; we communicate constantly via email and chat; and thanks to Skype and Face Time, we can see and hear each other even when thousands of miles of physical distance separates us.
Twyxt's calendar was the runner-up, but still didn't sync with Google Calendar or i Cal so it didn't beat Between.