Long distance relationships are pretty tough to handle, but thanks to all the advancements in technology, they’ve become easier to handle. Well, a group of developers have come up with yet another solution for long distance couples. Called Pair, the app basically creates a private shared timeline for couples that allows them to easily swap messages, photos, videos and locations with each other. Instead of filling each other’s Facebook walls with cheesy messages and “I love yous”, this app lets you do the same thing – without the whole world knowing.
All users have to do is pair the app with their partner (only one partner allowed at a time) and they’re good to go – couples can start sharing rightaway. Pair also lets user draw together, have a joint to-do list, “thumb kiss” (both users place their thumbs on the screen, and if they hit the same spot the phone vibrates), and more. A pretty interesting idea for an app that couples in long distance relationships will no doubt enjoy.
Pair is available now as a free download on the Apple App Store, and an Android version is on the way (yes, cross-platform functionality will be supported). Check it out and let us know what you think of it.
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