Apps to help you spice up your Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, organise the perfect gift or romantic gesture for your special someone with a swipe of the finger.

And no, we don’t mean Tinder…

A good plan starts with knowing and catering to your partner’s love language. Not sure if your partner’s primary language is words of affirmation, acts of service or physical touch? Don’t despair, discover your love language using the official app Love Nudge.

If a romantic dinner for two is on the cards, book a table with ease using The Fork. Whether you want to impress your hot date with an indulgent dining experience, or something causal yet cute is more your style, The Fork will help you find the perfect restaurant.

A romantic dinner isn’t complete without a few drinks to celebrate your blossoming relationship. Honeydue will help you keep your budget balanced, or let you be boujee by ordering an extra bottle of champagne at dinner.

Better yet, why not pick up your date in an Uber so you can really enjoy that cheeky champagne.

Valentine’s Day isn’t complete without a little fun. Get flity with Kindu, an app with more than 1,000 sensual and romantic ideas for you and your partner. Happy Couple will also spice things up with quiz-style games. Better to do this one afterwards, if you’re not so sure of the answers *wink*.

Looking to level up with a romantic getaway? Virgin Australia will help you with flights, and IHG has got you covered with more than 5,500 hotel room at the tip of your finger. Now all you need is a destination.

And finally, sync your schedules with Between. Couples can share calendars, romantic messages and even a naughty photo or two.

Happy V-Day from yours truly, Meg.

Originally from Texas and now proudly Australian, the “Texstralian” is all about hard work, calculated risks and has a great ‘gift of the gab’. While Meg is a hospitality and tourism sector specialist, her skill and understanding of “social” translates to any application, and she leads the charge for digital empowerment across Australia.