The simple app is a great way to share little moments even if you can't get on the same schedule. 4.5/5 Rating, Free (with in-app purchases)Send your partner loving care packages with ease using the handy Sesame app.
There are alternatives to Tinder or Grindr after all, says James Day Best for no-strings sex: Down (i OS/Android, free) Down is a rebranded version of Bang With Friends, which gives some idea where this is going, but with a new name comes new features.
It's a sweet way to say you're thinking about them even when you're not able to connect for a full conversation. 4.5/5 Rating, Free (with in-app purchases)This handy app lets you keep track of your relationship through photos, private chats, and shared calendars.
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