ADMIT it. You're a different person when you're with your girlfriend or boyfriend.
You’re babbling a completely different language cobbled together from private jokes, shared experiences and a few other things you might not want your friends to know about.
And sometimes that language just doesn’t look right slapped on Twitter or Facebook for the world to see.
Maybe it’s time to get a room, in a manner of speaking.
Cupple is a sharing app that’s specifically designed for conversations between just two people, and that’s you and your partner.
It allows you to send media and messages directly to a secure shared feed, enabling you to send romantic messages, recommend places to visit or just head down memory lane.
Developed by creative agency Darling Dash in Newcastle, the app will be released for the iPhone to coincide with London’s Future of Web Apps conference in early October, with an Android release a month later. It is currently in private beta.
“It’s a bit more special than a text message or an email”, said Darling Dash’s Tim Allison. “People lead busy lives and are apart a lot now. This allows you to share memories and experiences, but it’s more private than sharing on Facebook or Twitter.”