Girlfriend Keeper

One of the things people don’t often realize is that being in a relationship is hard work. We’ve all been there at one time or another forgetting an anniversary. At best you’re in the dog house for a few days and at worse, it could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back and ends up in a break-up.


Wouldn’t it be great if you could find someone who would make sure you didn’t forget to let your love know you care? Better yet, what if keeping your butt out of trouble only cost you a buck?


Well, thanks to a new iPhone app called Girlfriend Keeper your troubles may be over. It won’t make you a better boyfriend – there’s no app for that – but it can simulate you being one.


Basically what this app does is send out automated text messages or emails to your girlfriend based on criteria you configure. For instance, you can just program in your girlfriend’s birthday and your anniversary and Girlfriend Keeper will make sure she gets an appropriate message on those dates.


Is your girlfriend the really needy type? Well, Girlfriend Keeper has you covered there as well. You can have Girlfriend Keeper fire off any sort of messages and whatever interval you decide. Does she need to hear affirmations of your love every few hours? Girlfriend Keeper will automatically send her messages at regular intervals to keep her satisfied.


And the best part is that Girlfriend Keeper keeps track of all of the messages that are sent on your behalf so you can avoid the awkward moment when she mentions one of your text messages and you have no idea what she’s talking about.


About the only thing Girlfriend Keeper doesn’t do is take out the garbage or buy tickets to the opera for you.


What kind of messages might your favorite lady receive?


“Did you know we started dating 37 days and 8 hours ago?”


“You’re so beautiful. Just wanted to let you know I am thinking about you.”


“Your birthday is in 136 days, maybe I will get your something green like your eyes.”


Corny? Definitely. But women love it so why not automate being a better boyfriend than you actually are?