Having been in a long-distance relationship, we feel the pain for all you guys out there trying to make it work.
It’s formidable being with someone but not really ‘being with’ them when you need a hug, or wish to go out and get ice cream.
Thankfully, we live in an age where you can hit your disapprove whenever you feel like it.
These apps will help you go one better, though, and feel closer together even if you’re hundreds of miles away.
This app is designed for couples in general, but works quite good if you’re distant apart.
It’s like a mini social network just for the two of you, where you can share pictures, videos, calendar dates, and messages. Saves you spamming everybody else’s social feeds with your tear-jerking messages, and keeps all all in one place.
Eventually you’ll build up your timeline, so you can demeanour back on all when you need a little pick-me-up.
Available on iOS and Android.
If you wish to do something honeyed and extemporaneous aside from just promulgation flowers, Klikaklu will let you make up scavenger hunts for your partner to go on.
Sounds a bit odd, but it’s actually super cute. You can organize ‘dates’ even if you’re not there, with clues to opposite destinations.
Available on iOS.
There had to be a countdown app in here. This one is the bullion customary of countdowns, permitting you to have mixed on the go at once, save voice memos, and customise background.
You can also share your milestones with family and friends on Twitter and Facebook. It creates watchful to see any other reduction of a duty and some-more exciting.
Not technically just an app, this connects special ‘teledildonic’ sex toys with your phone to piquancy things up from afar. There’s no stretch limit, so you can still have voluptuous time even if you’re thousands of miles away.
You can even sync the movements of the sex toys (which come in male and womanlike versions) to music, and send any other messages as you go.
They sex toys are labelled alone to the app, which is accessible on iOS and Android.
iMessage has loads of new facilities compared to the common height we once knew.
The cutest underline is Digital Touch, which looks like a adore heart with two fingers. It allows you to send doodles, poke your partner with a quivering on their phone, and even send your heartbeat.
As good as that you can send little video messages, voice notes, gifs and more. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.