App Roundup: When Valentines Bliss Fades Into Reality

There are lot of people making a lot of money on the idea of love today. It’s great: companies feel good because they’re helping people feel good. Everyone feels good.

Unfortunately, those good feelings won’t last in every case. We’re not trying to rain on anyone’s lovey-dovey parade here, we’re just facing the facts, and we have some good news:

There’s an app for that.

Here’s a round-up of services that will be there for you if the flower-and-candy-dream doesn’t quite work out:

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Breakkup

BreakkUp is a community exchange designed to help one another through the thick of relationships. Have a relationship issue that your friends can’t relate with? Or maybe your friend is the problem? Too embarrassed to explain to family and can’t get the advice you desperately need? Welcome to BreakkUp, we’re here for you.


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Breakup Notifier

Choose the friends for whom you want relationship status notifications on facebook. Get an email whenever their relationship status changes. Yes, it’s that easy. You like someone. They’re in a relationship. Be the first to know when they’re out of it.


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Never Liked It Anyway

Never Liked It Anyway™ is a place where once loved gifts from once loved lovers get a second chance…A place to shed the stories and the stuff. A place to read other dilemmas so shocking that you forget about your own. So you can bounce back quicker that you thought. You may have broken-up, but there’s no need to break-down.

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