The 10 best apps for Couples in 2020
1. Couply: The overall best app for couples
2. Between: The best app for sending stickers
3. Love Nudge: The best love language quiz app
4. Trello : The best task management app
5. Love Advisor LoveBot: The best machine advice app
6. Happy Couple: The best couple questionnaire app
7. Raft: The best date scheduler app
8. Lasting: The best marriage counselling app
9. The Couple: The best app for remembering how many days you've been together
10. Nujj: Couple Relationship app: Unfortunately we couldn't get this app working
You've finally deleted Tinder, Grinder, Happen, Bumble and found the ONE!
Perhaps you never had to play the app dating game, but found your loved through friends, school, work or your hobbies. Either way you are now in a serious long-term relationship.
If you think that now hard work ends then you're mistaken. Relationships take a lot of work and it's up to both of you to invest time and thought into your partnership.
Apps can help in most aspects of life. Are relationships on of them?
We review the top 10 best apps for couples for 2020 and give you a sneak peek of what Couply app will contain.
Between: The best app for sending stickers
Why we like it: Between lets you send cute stickers to your partner and is a private chat place between you.
What we don't like: Well, you have to pay for those stickers and it seemed like you get pushed to premium quite often.
We couldn't get the calendar function to work for us but in their reviews people have said it's worked for them.
Love Nudge: The best love language quiz app
Why we like it: This app quickly and efficiently shows you and your partners love languages. Learning how your partner wants to receive love is pretty great and can be super helpful for your relationship.
What we don't like: Once you've taken the test, you can pretty much delete the app. The user experience gets stranger and stranger. Once you've taken the test, the app will send you push notifications asking you "how full is your love tank?" We didn't find this that engaging or really relevant for us to fill it, it just felt kind of meaningless. The app pushes to a podcast, which again – you don't need the app for.
Trello : The best task management app
Why we like it: Being in a serious long-term relationship is like running a business. Getting ahold of your to do list, prioritizing it and organising your tasks is key to understanding what you've got on. Trello is a great place for that!
What we don't like: Well, it's not the most romantic app. Many people use this for work, and it's kind of sad looking at your relationship to do list and then being reminded of everything you've yet to do for work and your side hustle!
Love Advisor LoveBot: The best machine advice app
Why we like it: It would be great to have an app support you while you're in a relationship, using technology to give you thoughtful ideas of things your partner might like.
Why we don't like it: But not like this, although this does have gift lists, they're shelved right next to "how to pick up a girl" tips. So not the best place to find thoughtful things for your partner.
The LoveBot looks like a kind of sex terminator and we can't decide whether we love it or if it's completely terrifying.
Happy Couple: The best couple questionnaire app
Why we like it: Regular questionnaires for couples. This keeps couple's checking in with each other and exploring each other's point of view on things. The point system gamifies this with the idea of keeping you coming back.
What we don't like: We found it quite buggy, and it didn't always ask each partner the same question. If you're looking for an app that only sends you relationship quizzes this is okay, but it's not the full package.
Raft: The best date scheduler app
Why we like it: Raft syncs with your calendars and helps you plan your events - designed for couple's, families and friends. It's got a really beautiful design too.
What we don't like: As long as your partner is on IOS! So if you're in an android and iphone relationship (or worse both on android) then this app won't work for you. Hopefully more updates coming here soon.
Lasting: The best marriage counselling app
Why we like it: Going for marriage counselling as a couple is really hard, it's a big steps which says to both of you 'this isn't working'. Even scheduling the session is difficult. The Lasting app is an in between space to get that help.
What we don't like: It's expensive, and the free trial isn't long enough to see if it's of value. The people that we spoke to used it and said it was good, but felt that even having it on your phone was still a big step that says to couple's 'this isn't working'.
The Couple: The best app for remembering how many days you've been together
Why we like it: Do you want to remember the exact day you got together? Well this is the app for you...
What we don't like: Oh, that's it. It only tells you how many days you've been together along with your partner's birthday and that's it.
Nujj: Shake your phone to send a notification to your partner
Why we like it: Well, we couldn't get it to work as the partner's sign up couldn't work for us! But this app is supposed to let your partner know you're thinking of them by "shaking your phone". There is supposed to be a messaging function as well.
What we don't like: We couldn't get it to work! There is no way to use the app without your partner, (I mean no way to get in) our shared sign up links weren't working unfortunately.
Couply: The best overall app
As you can see - there is STILL a lot of room in this space for an app which will 1.) help you understand your parther, 2.) help you organise dates, 3.) suggest things that your partner will like and 4.) use technology to help you get on the same page in a cost effective way. At Couply we are trying our hardest to create an app will meet this demand.
Have an app we haven't tried out yet? Let us know in the comment section below!