First, if you’re having trouble coming up with romantic ideas for that special someone, apps like Romantic Ideas can spice things up this Valentine’s Day. Some of the ideas there are more traditional in tone, involving long-stemmed roses and walks along the beach, while others are more in tune with the modern, tech-savvy era (“buy the domain name of your partner’s name,” for example). Along the same lines, 100 Ways to Say I Love You has quite a few creative and original ideas as well, and has been racking up the five-star ratings to show for it.
Of course, there are plenty of Android apps out there either to put you or keep you in the mood once the day rolls around. As you might expect, there’s a host of Valentine’s Day wallpaper apps for your mobile device, as well as Valentine Radio, a web-based collection of forty different radio stations that play all the best love songs.
Now, Valentine’s Day can give you a great excuse to show your special someone how much you love them, but for others it can be the most depressing holiday of the year. We’re talking about single people, of course (or at least single people who don’t want to be). The good news is that it’s never been easier to get out there and meet people. OKCupid has been bringing people together (for free) for a while now, but the beauty of that mobile app is that it makes excellent use of your device’s GPS functionality to provide local notifications and chat, and also to allow you to suggest venues and broadcast photos. In other words, if love is waiting for you – quite literally around the corner – this app will help you find it. There are plenty of other dating apps out there available for Android users, of course, so make sure you find the one that’s best for you.
Happy Valentine’s Day!