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Best iPhone apps: Five free apps for Valentine's Day

Let out your romantic side with the help of your iPhone

Next Tuesday is Valentine's Day and if you feel like declaring your love for your sweetheart, there are plenty of ways your smartphone can help in your quest to shower your beloved with affection. But rather than a text or a phonecall, why not check out the hundreds of Valentine's Day related apps that let you do everything from send personalised greetings cards to find a partner online with your Apple iPhone. Here's our five favourite iPhone apps for Valentine's Day.

Touchnote Postcards

With this app you can print photos from your Facebook or those stored on your Apple iPhone into unique postcards and greetings cards, that you can add text to and then have delivered right to your beloved's door.


If music is the food of love, then it's well worth checking out how compatible you and your sweetheart are based on your musical tastes. To do this, simply download this free app on yours and your other half's iPhone, then press Play and face the screens of the handsets together. The app will then play a random playlist from the tracks stored on your phone and work out if you're compatible.


Of course, if you don't have a partner to shower with gifts and affection this Valentine's Day, why not employ the help of an internet dating service to find one. Unlike of services, such as match.com, PlentyofFish allows you to send emails to potential suitors for free.

Happy Talking Cupid

Not only does this cute cupid repeat anything you say to him, you can also tickle him and even have your photo taken with him, which you can customise with a Valentine's message and share with friends and family.

Romantic Ideas 500

If you're stuck for something romantic to do on Valentines Day, this free app offers hundreds of ideas that are sure to get your in your partner's good books.

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