Held Together

4.4
36 reviews
1K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Held Together lets you hold hands with others, even when you're miles apart.

Wrap your fingers around your phone to simulate holding hands. Your phone will vibrate when you're connected with another person.

Hold hands publicly with others all over the world, or search by username to connect with those closest to you.
Updated on
Oct 18, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.4
36 reviews
n f
November 21, 2022
i have mobility issues and am not able to grip the phone in the way needed to trigger the app. i wish there were accessible toggles where a finger on the screen works. it would also be cool to have the option of showing vague location of the person you get matched with. its a lovely app, just empty and needs to be more accessible
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yokereba
October 18, 2023
The app has been updated to support one finger on the screen. You can toggle this feature in the Settings.
Alina Valentino Fonseca (Alina's Vanity)
December 17, 2022
Enjoying it but my phone is too large. I did read something about the 1 or 2 fingers onscreen. Would like to somehow use the app discreetly or while driving but safely w/ ability to use wireless earbud gestures. Usually using this when in distress or have anxiety when my partner isn't near. It would be nice to implement other gestures as well as history timestamps.
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yokereba
October 18, 2023
The app has been updated to support one finger on the screen. You can toggle this feature in the Settings.
Gursimran Kanwal
October 10, 2021
I think I prefer the Android version of this app because when holding hands, the vibration is more subtle, which makes it feel more gentle when compared to how it is on iOS. Kind of like a heartbeat. ... Although this might mostly have to do with the exact vibration motor in the exact phone I'm using, not sure.
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What's new

Added accessibility mode: you can now use a single finger to simulate gripping your phone.