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Valentine’s Day Goes Digital

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and with it comes the opportunity to add some digital flare to the most romantic day of the year. There are currently many apps that enable individuals to make their February 14th even more special.

As technology ingrains itself more and more into everyday life apps can help people add special touches to holidays—and many times these apps are free! In the case of Valentine’s Day there are apps like “Songnote” that enables individuals to dedicate a special song to a special someone. The “Open Table” app helps people make reservations at nearby restaurants and the “Uber” app makes it easy to find transportation to and from whatever location you plan to attend so you do not have to worry about parking. One of the cutest ideas for a Valentine’s Day app is the “Pic Collage” that lets users create a collage of pictures (that can be decorated with cartoon images) and then share the collage on social media platforms.

These are just a small sample of the many apps that can help people make their Valentine’s Day even more romantic. Although going out on a date and enjoying each other’s company remains the most traditional way to celebrate February 14th, apps and technology can aid in planning the perfect Valentine’s Day and make happy memories that will last a lifetime.



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