- Valentine’s Day is upon us.
- If you’re looking to get something for the person (or people) you love, consider technology, which makes life easier and more enjoyable.
- We’ve rounded up the best tech that you can share with loved ones.
The Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is made for bringing people together.
On solo flights, I’ve made friends with my seatmates just for taking the Switch out of my bag.
But I spend the most time playing Switch at home with my wife: The console is made for multiplayer experiences, or handing the controller back and forth. As I’ve written before, the Switch has been great for my relationship.
The Reminders app
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"A free app? What gives!"
Reminders isn’t just any free app. It’s the best app made by Apple, and it’s designed to make your life way easier.
The Reminders app is great for jotting down your individual to-dos, but you can also make shared lists with anyone.
My wife and I have a shared list on the app for our groceries, so we can add and subtract items in real-time.
In general, the Reminders app is perfect for sharing to-dos and notes across multiple people and accounts.
Splitwise is one of the best apps you can download, especially if you’re in a relationship.
Equity isn’t always easy to achieve, but Splitwise makes it simple. You can keep track of all of the bills you’re splitting with your partner, decide how you want to split it, and the app automatically keeps track of what you owe each other.
At the end of each month, the app automatically tallies what you owe each other. This makes it so you can pay each other back just once a month, instead of every time you pay for something.
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Source: Business Insider