Social Apps Just For Couples on KTLA with Rich DeMuro and Kinsey Schofield -
Great to see this feature on Social Apps for Couples.
The best way for couples to keep in touch better. We’ve updated our profile page on the App Store.
Cupple 2.9 in the App Store -
We’ve updated our profile on the App Store
Throw facebook out of the bedroom - here is the social network for you and your girlfriend
Couples love spending “quality time” together. But they don’t always want to be locked away…
Cupple was the first iPhone app to provide two people with a space where they could share words, photos and life experiences, away from the hustle and bustle of networks such as Facebook and Twitter. It is now being used across the world, from the USA to Europe, China, South Africa and the Middle East.
Couples love having their own private world. But they also want to socialise with friends and family. That’s why Cupple is now giving lovers the option to share some of their special moments with the other people in their lives.
The story so far…
Cupple provides two people with an attractive shared timeline where they can post words, pictures and locations. Since launching in late 2011, it has received praise in The Next Web, TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal and The Guardian, and was Gizmodo’s App of the Day on Valentine’s Day this year. It launched its “Version 2” at this year’s SXSW conference in Texas.
So what’s new?
Download the new version of Cupple today from the App Store
the best rings are the ones that mean something. the silver on these rings rub off after time, and reveals the 18 karat gold ring beneath the silver.
the point of the ring is to show that the longer love lasts, the more powerful and beautiful it is.
That’s pretty dope
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I love this.
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Mobile Could Be What Makes Private Social Networks Succeed - TECHCRUNCH
Cupple's Private Sharing App Takes A Working Holiday In Copenhagen -
We’re really pleased to be covered by ArtcicStartup today. Tim really enjoyed talking with Greg Anderson, Editor, and look forward to sharing more news on the Copenhagen Adventure and developments with Cupple. Read the full article in the link above.
Cupple in Copenhagen. We’re delighted to have a base in Copenhagen for the summer and look forward to meeting new people and networks involved in the Nordic Start Up Scene. Already very impressed with our first event at Nokia last night for Arctic Start Up Copenhagen. Tommy Ahlers the CEO of Podio was doing a fireside chat about the journey he’s been on and things he has learnt. It was a great evening, hopefully one of many to come.
Trying out some new ideas for stickers within the Cupple app. You can now attach the stickers free of charge and have fun playing with the Sad Panda, Star and Horny Devil ;) This is one of our new designs - we’d love to know what you think of it? What would you call it?
vaincre-la-logique-deactivated2 asked: Hi there (: I checked you guys out and Cupple seems like a really cool app! I don't own a good enough on-the-go device to really benefit from it, but I'll definitely be recommending it to friends that do! I completely understand the concept and wish I could use the app myself!
That is really really kind thank you. Would be great if you could mention to your friends . Thanks, Tim. You can find us on Facebook too at http://www.facebook.com/CuppleHQ
Cupple in Techcrunch -
Awesome to see the article by Mike Butcher in Techcrunch. We’ve read Techcrunch for a long time and to read an article like this made us happy. We’d love it if you can re-blog this? Thanks, Tim.
(Source: techcrunch.com )
Private sharing is a relatively new concept in the mobile digital world. To date, the emphasis has been around building networks, collecting ‘friends’ and accumulating digital contacts to share things with.