Great Concept, Meaningful, but Ads... However, advertisements are too annoying/distracting. Offering an alternative to opt out of all ads ( add mob and otherwise) would place grater emphasis on your great services/information. Uninstall... Advanced thanks.
Excellent App This is literally saving my marriage. My wife and I were growing apart and really struggling. Been doing this for 7 days now and there has already been so much improvement. Wish there was a 1 year version. My wife turned and gave me the biggest hug last night after yesterdays activity. This is definitely a must for any couple.
Great app This app has given me fun and innovative ways to bring the passion back into my relationship. I am having fun completing each challenge and it has inspired me to come up with a few of my own.
Love is in the Air I LOVE this app. I wanted to do something to show my husband how much I love him. This app gave me simple yet meaningful ideas to show my love everyday in different ways. My husband was always pleasantly surprised of my love gestures and showed me love gestures in return, without even knowing about this app!!
Love it..but i have one question. Only on day two so not to sure how far it'll get us but just reading and getting ready to complete one if the suggestions I feel positive and kinda if more appreciative and grateful to have him so, so far I really like it and love him :) 1 question though what exactly are the hearts for??
Love it If you're going to do this don't just follow what it says add yourself into it as well. You're relationships doesn't have to be in trouble to do this but if it is it could help... it helped my marriage.
*fix force close for secondary users of the new multi-user feature for tablets on android 4.2
*fix a force close that is affecting a small number of users (specifically desire HD users) if you still get a force close email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
*improved fit on small screens, activity description should not get cut off anymore, email me if it still does on your device