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Best Long Distance Relationship Apps

Social isolation probably affected our relationships the most. Our limited communication channels – texting and phone calls – are becoming more and more mundane. If you are a looking for more creative and interactive ways to break the monotonous routine in your relationships, then take a look at these apps.


Between is an app that allows for completely private and personalized communication between you and your significant other through cute stickers, Gifs and emojis. Another important feature is that it can track special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries which can be synced with Google/iPhone calendars. Plan your schedules together so that you won’t miss a call on FaceTime.


Kast is a live streaming hangout for friends or lovers that want to be together. You could share your screen and camera or launch videos directly from the app. Available both for iOS and Android, Kast also has a party feature where you could chat or video message with your friends. You could invite your loved ones to your virtual home and watch any content you want on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu simply with a click.

Netflix Party

Launched in March 2020, Netflix Party aims to entertain people via online group activities that we all miss because of social distancing. Similar to Kast, the app allows you to watch videos with your friends and chat together at the same time. All you need to do is to log in to your separate Netflix accounts and pick a show to watch. Then Netflix Party will sync the playback across your accounts. Party also includes a text chat function so you can chat in real time with your loved ones while watching. The ultimate app for long distance relationships.


What ever happened to sending postcards? Thanks to Touchnote, you could bring this tradition back and send personalized, high quality photo cards with a message straight from your phone. It’s a great way to nurture your most important relationships.


Available just for Android users, LokLok replaces your lock screen with a shared whiteboard that is always in sync between you and your loved one. Leave funny drawings or notes for them to see when they check their phones.


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