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Posts Tagged ‘breakup app’

BreakUp Text App Sends Awkward Break-Up Messages So You Don’t Have To

Socially awkward significant others can now break up with you simply by using BreakUpText – the app sends a message to your significant other (SO) so you don’t have to. Been eaten by a bear? No problem, just select “I was eaten by a bear” and hit send.

BreakupText makes it easier than ever to end things with your significant other. No more awkward conversations or phone calls. With BreakupText, you can end your relationship in just a few taps. Read more

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5 Apps For Breaking Up

The Huffington Post has a list of apps to help people in long distance relationships manage their love life. To help digital daters manage breakups, we’ve put together a list of apps designed for breakups. Below find a list of web, iOS and Android apps with advice on how to end a relationship, including links and the app’s description.

5 Apps For Breaking Up

1. WotWentWrong: “WotWentWrong.com is an innovative web dating advice portal that provides a socially acceptable way to: Explore your personal dating and relationship do’s and don’ts. Learn from past experiences. Develop fresh insights and behaviours to ensure your future relationship goals. WotWentWrong allows feedback to be expressed openly and honestly while respecting each other’s feelings and softening the blow.”

2. BreakkUp: “BreakkUp is a community exchange designed to help one another through the thick of relationships. Have a relationship issue that your friends can’t relate with? Maybe your friend is the problem? Too embarrassed to explain to family and can’t get the advice you desperately need?” Read more