Falling into monotony in a relationship can be easy. Being with the same person for a while makes everything become routine, including sex. If the couple doesn't have a little creativity, things can get repetitive, which is no problem for a lot of people – but for some lovebirds, it certainly is. On the bright side, technology is here to help.
Being creative all the time also tires, your cell phone can lend you a helping hand to spice things up. Merit of Desire (desire) app available to Android and iOS, the application is nothing more than a truth or dare for couples – but skipping the part of the truth that no one really likes.
The app works in a super intuitive way. Right in the register are linked with your email as your half of orange. In a few seconds you can both log in to the challenge platform.
Just hit the "+" button and select "send a dare from a category" (the app is unfortunately not available in English, but has English, Spanish, Italian, Russian and German versions). A list of a few thousand challenges spread across 47 categories will be displayed. Choosing one (or several) your big guy gets a notification, with a description of what to do, and then chooses whether or not to agree.
That's where the app comes in as a game organizer. Each challenge is worth a certain amount of points, which varies according to the intensity of the order. Speaking softly in the ear of the beloved gives five points; going to dinner without underwear is 15, for example.
If the person accepts the challenge, he gets the points, if he denies it, you get them.
The app then creates a ranking that shows who has the most points.
Once again to avoid monotony, you won't be able to play it all at once. Once you download the app, you can only read the lightest level 1 challenges. As you play, you gain the right to level up to 5, with the most provocative taunts.
Because each couple is a couple, the app even lets you create your own challenges, and determine how many points who meet them deserve. You can do it especially about that tare you have. A spicy one a little more personalized.
There are still other secondary functions, but cute, like a list of wishes (not necessarily sexual) to be fulfilled together, a list of loving messages to be triggered in the DM, a space to write a diary of the relationship and even a daily quiz with questions unusual for the couple to know each other a little better.
Desire is mostly free, but it has some categories paid for with real money. A collection of challenges is around R $ 20 (price varies according to the dollar). But honestly, it is not very necessary. You can have fun without having to spend that money.
Is the joke revolutionary? No, but it's a way to get away from routine. And sometimes that is enough.