Pair, an app that helps couples stay in touch, no longer discriminates against cross-platform romance.
The startup launched its first Android app on Tuesday.
Like its iOS counterpart, the new app creates a private shared timeline for couples that allows them to easily swap SMS messages, photos, videos and locations.
The app takes the concept behind Path a step further. Instead of sharing personal updates within a small network, it’s a way to stay constantly connected with the smallest of networks — one other person.
Until now, however, only couples who both had iPhones could use the social network for two. Those with Android-toting significant others couldn’t participate, even if they had an iPhone themselves.
Pair’s iPhone and Android apps are identical, down to a feature called “thumb kiss” that vibrates when both parties touch the same spot on the screen. Couples can also co-create drawings, maintain a joint to-do list and send a “thinking of you” message that works like a more thoughtful Facebook poke.
Though some have dubbed Pair “the perfect sexting app,” co-founder Oleg Kostour says the most-common activity on the app is actually doodling.
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