What Is Pair?
In a relationship? Staying connected usually entails an arsenal of apps and devices for e-mailing, Skyping, phoning and texting. When you are in love — especially a new relationship — you want to share everything with your partner, all the time. A new app called Pair aims to simplify your quest for constant contact, taking over where Path leaves off. Instead of sharing within a small personal network of your choosing, you just share with your honey – and become a “pair”, with Pair.
Here’s how it works: after you download the free application, you take a picture of yourself for your profile, and send a quick video request to your love to become a “pair” with you. When he accepts, each of you are granted access to a shared timeline where you both can add important dates and moments in your relationship, and even keep a list of things you want to do together.
Now that you are paired and organized, you’ll be able to connect quickly and stay in touch continuously. Send your partner a photo, sketch, or video of yourself just to say howdy and that you are thinking of him, or let him know where are you are hanging out via your location. Want to Facetime chat? You’ll have a button that when pressed, automatically gets your honey on the phone for you with one click.
The only thing that is missing is being able to reach out and smooch your sweetie. Instead, you can share a Thumb Kiss in real time if that’s your thing (you press your thumb to the screen, and your partner can put his thumb print on top to “kiss”. When the two match up, your devices vibrate!)
Pair would be fun to do whether you were in a long distance relationship or if you just want to share everything with your honey. If the unthinkable happens and you break up — don’t worry. It’s easy to un-pair if you need to. Now available for iPhone, with an Android version promised soon.
Would you try Pair?
Free for iPhone