Technology can be an ally for couples who want to improve their relationship, and currently there is no shortage of applications for iPhone (iOS) and Android capable of stimulating intimacy and creativity in and out of bed. Interested parties can download Between and Couplete, for example, which work as private social networks to use for two. For anyone looking for ideas to spice up their sex life, the Kamasutra: Sex Positions Guide uses hand-drawn illustrations to showcase the best positions in the work written by Indian philosopher Vatsyayana.
The platforms are for those who want to get out of the routine and venture into new proposals, which seek to invest in the couple’s intimacy and partnership. To help with the task, the dnetc gathered in the list below free and paid options, which are available both in Google Play and in the App Store, official stores of the operating systems of Google and Apple, respectively.
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1. Adult Sex Game
Available for iPhone (iOS) and Android, the Adult Sex Game offers erotic challenges to spice up a romantic evening. Right at the first access, the user must define gender and sexual orientation, to further customize the options offered by the platform. Then, simply choose from the available categories, such as foreplay and submission – and start playing. No internet connection is required.
Sex Games for Adults brings together a series of erotic challenges to spice up the relationship – Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
An interesting difference is that the players themselves can include new categories and challenges, in addition to enabling the suggested time count. Free, the platform also has a paid version that costs R $ 7.90. The premium app, in addition to being ad-free, allows the user to define the duration of each activity, in an unlimited number of challenges.
2. Kamasutra: Sex Positions Guide
Both the App Store and the Google Play Store offer several applications based on Kamasutra, the centuries-old text written by Vatsyayana. One of them is the Kamasutra: Sex Positions Guide, which costs R $ 4.19 for Android and R $ 7.90 for iPhone. With the purpose of being a modern version for the classic positions, the app gathers hand made illustrations and detailed descriptions, in order to make the experience simple and fun. The main constraint, however, is that the only language available is English.
Kamasutra: Sex Positions Guide gathers hand made illustrations of various sexual positions – Photo: Disclosure / Kamasutra: Sex Positions Guide
Some features deserve special attention, such as the possibility of sharing favorite positions with your better half via messaging and e-mail applications, evaluating and marking favorites, experienced and those you still want to do. The software system is also password protected, which should guarantee the user’s privacy.
Couple helps more forgotten couples to remember their most important dates – Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
With a number of features, Couple is a useful application for both those who have had a recent relationship and those who have been together for a few years. It is possible to exchange messages, photos, videos and share the location with the partner, as well as to send images that self-destruct automatically, in the style of Snapchat or Instagram. The service also offers a list of tasks and shared calendar, which help in planning meetings, trips and even day to day, to reduce the stress load of the relationship.
Offered free of charge at the official Google Play and App Store app stores, the program has a recurring reminder system – useful for special dates, such as partner’s birthdays, dating or wedding. The platform sends notifications from one day to one month before the date.
Couplete has a section dedicated to the exchange of love letters – Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
As a private social network, Couplete is another application that promotes the couple’s interaction in privacy. The service offers functions of exchanging messages, timeline, calendar – it is also possible to synchronize the calendars for common appointments – and image sharing. When connecting, users provide information such as the date of the beginning of the relationship and find out how many days they have been together, without risk of eating a faux pas.
For those who miss the love letters, the application, available for free for iPhone and Android, offers a section dedicated to them. In this way, lovers can write, share and read statements for their loved one. The resource can be a nostalgic way to surprise the partner.
In Between, couples can create a timeline with images and notes about the relationship – Photo: Reproduction / Amanda de Almeida
Still in the line of social networks for two, Between also proposes to bring couples together in the digital environment and, for that, it has developed an exclusive space for exchanging written and voice messages, photos and sharing calendars. The timeline is one of the resources that deserves to be highlighted, as it is possible to create a record of the couple’s history, with photos, notes and videos that highlight special moments.
The home screen is also shared, where you can post reminders of important dates and even use a photo of the couple as wallpaper. Between is free, but it is possible to upgrade to Between Plus. Subscriptions range from R $ 9.50 per month to R $ 102.90 for an unlimited period, and entitle you to additional resources such as love letters, image downloads, voice messages and longer videos, among others.
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