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?
- Check in together: Couples can check into a spot together and post photos to their Cupple timeline.
- “Date Places”: Cupple users can now share their favourite places by posting them on their Facebook walls. It’s a great way of recommending spots to friends, who can also click the link to the place’s foursquare page for more comments and photos.
- Photo album: Cupple users can build a “Cupple photos” album in Facebook, which is a scrapbook of all their moments together that they want to share.
Download the new version of Cupple today from the App Store
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.
New version update includes:
Photo Crop and Scale your Photos
Integration with Foursquare API for Location Sharing
General Bug Fixes
We’re pleased to announce the new version update 2.1.3 is now available for download from the App Store. Please update your version to fix the issues we encountered over the Easter weekend. Thank you for your patience and support and we hope you enjoy the new version. Share the Love. Team Cupple.
Cupple in SXSW…Day 1 & a bit.
So much to cover in the blog post that I’ve been promising myself I would write for the last 12 hours. Here are a few bullets of the XP so far:
- Flight was 10 hours in total and Cpt said it was the worst winds he’d seen over the Atlantic in 18 years. Get the picture?
- Travelled by Greyhound from DFW to Austin, it was cheap and totally fine to travel on. $40. 3 hours.
- The queue to register took me an hour at 11am on the Friday AM. 2 hours after this the queue was 3/4x the length. Get in early.
- You will be overwhelmed by the size and the atmosphere (in a good way - but it does take a day to adjust)
- I forgot my Mac charger. Mistake. I asked someone in the corridor to borrow theirs and sat with them talking for an hour; they were Shopify.
- It’s raining a lot.
- I spoke to Ev Cohen from Foursquare and he gave me 2 names for people in marketing I should speak to about Cupple.
- Eric Ries is a very competent public speaker.
- Have an early night on the first night. So, so glad I went to bed last night.
- This is the single best ‘conference experience’ I’ve ever been to.
- Talk to people.
- Get your new website up just in time www.cupple.mobi
- Don’t spend all the time on your laptop writing blog posts…