Cupple for iPhone: A Social Network for Lovey Dovey Couples

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Cupple is a social network for couples. Wait, let me specify. It's not like a social network made up with just couples, but rather an app that allows couples to privately share pictures, messages and locations with each other. Like a digital file of your relationship's communication.

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What does it do?

Cupple connects two people, presumably in a relationship, and lets them share stuff with each other. Cupple bills itself as a "private sharing app" which isn't untrue; you can share pictures with each other, tag your locations and send messages back and forth. It's like an app for just you two. Like if you two were the only person on this network. Like you're the only two people in this world. OH ISN'T THAT JUST SPECIAL. It sorta feels like that actually. See a new lamp you want for the home? Send a message. Want to show your wife you're at work late and not partying? Send your location. See, you care about your relationship because you're connected.

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Why do we like it?

Wait a minute... isn't Cupple just like text messaging your girlfriend or boyfriend? Hm. Good point. It kind of is! But the good thing about Cupple is that it elegantly culls all those messages together into one long chain of picture sharing and location sharing and message sharing. It's nice to have everything in one place you know? And also, it's a little bit more convenient to like, sext and stuff. So there's that. It's like sharing stuff without the voyeurs lurking around.

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Looked at the iTunes reviews...looks like people can't actually sign up, but may just be some early bugs that will get worked out. Seems like this could be great for more "personal" interaction (okay we'll just call it sexting) with 2 features.

1) Password protection, which some other commenters have mentioned...seems like a no-brainer.

2) A "mutual nuke" option in case of a breakup/lost phone where one person electing to push the button would eliminate the data on the servers.