Marriage App Recommendations?

    I am looking for a marriage app to help with communication and with sex.  I have specifically looked at an App called Coral but before spending money wanted to ask for recommendations and advice?  Any help is appreciated?

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      Ultimate Intimacy is a great app to use!

      On the floor Answered on July 16, 2020.

      What does it do for me? I’m always up for trying things.

      on July 16, 2020.

      It has all the positions from Christian Friendly Sex Positions.  It has a game for asking intimate questions of each other, light foreplay, heavy foreplay, and intercourse.  It also has lots of resources.  It has a new, secure, private chat feature to be used between’s spouses’ phones.

      on July 17, 2020.
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        What are you wanting the app to do for you? We use Between a lot, especially for…shall we say “racier” content. I accidentally sent an innuendo filled text to a brother in law once and will never live it down. Between is a messaging app, allowing for pictures and video as well, that is password protected and only communicates between the two of you.

        Fell out of ... Answered on July 15, 2020.
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          We use Ultimate Intimacy. It allows questions for timed questions on various subjects and then makes suggestion for activities you can try. There’s a free version which is good and then you can pay and add more a few more features.

          Under the stars Answered on July 17, 2020.
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            Not so much looking for a messaging app, several years ago we had an app that would ask us daily questions both sexual and non-sexual but marriage related that we could answer and it shared our answers with each other. The questions were real life and most required more than surface level answers. When we were together we could discuss more but the questions got us to thinking when apart and prepared to talk later. When we updated our phones the app was no longer supported on iOS (current) or Android. Most of the apps I have found have very superficial questions. The app also had a “in the mood” or “not in the mood” function. There was a foreplay game that was part of the app as well but we seldom used. Just looking for suggestions.

            Cot Answered on July 15, 2020.

            That sounds awesome! A real shame if it is no longer around. If you do find an app that encourages discussion like that, I’d also love to know about it.

            on July 15, 2020.
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              @Robinhood, you mentioned an app that you used several years ago but is no longer supported. What was the name of that app because there may be a work around?

              Cot Answered on July 21, 2020.
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