Hello, there. Are you alone, crying, and eating chocolate by the brick? Don’t worry. All you need to get a date this Valentine’s Day is your Facebook page and a smartphone. Here are six apps that can help you vet, find, and plan your perfect date (or at least have fun trying).
1. Crush, Co-Worker, or Confidant?
If you’re not sure what someone is to you, Moonit uses astrology to help you decide if your crush should be your friend, business partner, or lover. It’s no joke — this application accurately predicted the marriage of Kim Kardashian and Chris Humphries. Speaking of which, you can also sign up for ongoing alerts about your matches in case things don’t work out.
2. Is It Mutual?
Now that you know you’re destined to be together, put it to the test and head over to Facebook. The SlipperFits App will blast your crush and 50 of your friends with an email asking them to secretly name the people they’re interested in. If there’s a match, the app will let you know.
3. What’s Natural, Fun, and Best When It’s One on One?
You had and old-fashioned courtship with SlipperFits. Now it’s time to next-level it and find out if you’re compatible in other ways. This Facebook application is exactly what it sounds like: you list the friends you want to hook up with and the app will do the rest.
4. What Will Your Children Look Like?
An important question for anyone having wild, unprotected internet relations. With the help of a photo manipulation tool, you can skip the 9-month gestation period and go straight to posting adorable photos of your kids on your timeline.
Note: The Bump will only let you make two babies. If you want more, you’ll be redirected to another app that you’ll have to download.
5. Where Are You Going on Valentine’s Day?
Now that you’ve established your astrological, emotional, physical, and genetic compatibility, where will you meet in the real world? This award-winning smarpthone app plans your date based on where you are and what you’re in the mood for. (Besides love.)
6. An Affair to Remember
Best date ever, right? Now you can make a video slideshow of the highlights, complete with music.