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BetterHalf simplifies date night: It suggests restaurants and movies playing in your area, helps you run a tentative plan past your partner, and then lets you buy tickets and book reservations. It also keeps track of favorite spots to help tailor future recommendations. ($1, iOS)

Avocado “makes planning activities with your partner a breeze,” allowing the two of you to share calendars so that you’re always on the same page about upcoming activities. You can use the app to send virtual kisses too. (Free, iOS or Android)

Couple helps create a multimedia timeline of your relationship history—“so you can easily reminisce about all the good times you’ve shared.” You can also use Couple as a confidential communication line—for video chatting or sending messages, drawings, and photos. (Free, iOS or Android)

Source: Women’s Health

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