Your Personal Assistant for Relationships
Between busy schedules and long days, expressing love can sometimes fall by the wayside. We forget to give gifts “just because,” offer compliments, or linger in our embraces. The things that say “I love you” seem to either not get said or not get through. As a result, our relationships can easily erode and the spark can fade.
Love Nudge is a fun, habit-forming app that helps you intentionally express love in ways that are most meaningful to your partner. Designed for real-life connection, Love Nudge takes the concepts of Dr. Gary Chapman’s #1 New York Times best-seller The 5 Love Languages® to the next level. You and your loved one can learn each other’s love languages, exchange encouraging and playful nudges, set and track activity goals, and monitor the levels of each other’s love tanks for better communication and intimacy. It’s like having a personal assistant… for your relationship.
The 5 Love Languages® by Dr. Gary Chapman has helped millions of couples strengthen their relationships… one language at a time. For almost two decades, The 5 Love Languages® has stood unrivaled as a top resource for love and relationships.
NOTE: Love Nudge relies on a consistent internet connection. If you’re not connected when you launch the app, or if you disconnect while you’re using the app, Love Nudge will not perform as it should.
Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Practical, effective tool for marriage
For anyone who knows anything about the 5 love languages, this is such a practical, effective resource to use to apply them in your everyday life. As I’m sure many women can relate, a lot of times I expect my husband to know what I need it how I’m feeling without me telling him, but when he’s not intuitive to that and doesn’t act or do what I’m expecting, I’m left disappointed over something I never expressed a need for. I admit it’s confusing and makes things frustrating but often I’m too prideful to admit what I need because I don’t want to appear needY A tool like this allows him (and vice versa) to have an idea of how I need to be loved, how much I’m feeling loved at the moment, and practical ways to apply it along with goals to reach. If you don’t speak or have the same love language as your partner, use this. Highly effective, and is an everyday part of our marriage.
Side note: when using the love tank feature, don’t take it personally if the other person’s meter goes down. It’s not a personal attack on you, it’s not a passive aggressive note from your spouse (or at least don’t use it that way), it’s simply a way to gauge where they’re at in feeling loved. Let it be an objective way to have insight on them and you. It can really be a great thing...don’t get hurt if it goes down. Just take it as a fun prod to like inwardly and say “How can I make it go back up or even to 100? How can I fill their love tank?”
Long-Distance Language of Love
My partner & I have just recently started having to face long distance & this app has been such a breath of fresh air!! I looove the idea of love languages (though I’m very even & think they are ALL IMPORTANT) I do know for some, it’s very polar. So to assess ourselves for the other to see what we lean on really does help. & then I made my task list of things I can do from afar that touch on his top 3 & minorly on the other two. It is SOOOOOO HELPFUL to have a list on hand to work from to ponder over & think - hmm these I can do EVERYDAY & these might be fun surprises to really make him feel loved. I hope he uses it too cause I feel most loved when my partner just puts in the extra effort to make me feel thought about & little games or ways to connect, small or big, makes me feel safe, secure, & wanted. So THANK YOU for such a lovely app to accompany your book/philosophy & anyone getting it will in the least have a new way to communicate love better to their partner once you both take the short assessment.. love languages, the gottman readings, & attachment styles are to me the top 3 ways to learn about healthy care, habits, communication, & conflict management with your partner!! I wish you all the best of luck on your connective adventures!!!
Making it work for me
Developers for some reason I can’t turn off the reminders for goals I have mastered. I have tried in the edit goal screen and the reminders keep popping up.
We don’t use the love tank or texting feature. Everytime my husband complains about something I do or don’t do I add it to the list of goals. I just pick the same icon for all of them. Too much work looking for something that fits. I wish you could put more than 40 characters in the goal. I also would like to be able to remove reminders. I decided that since I am looking at it daily or about every other day I really only need one reminder and I can look through all of my list at that time. Also I have changed many of my bad habits so some tasks are now automatic and so I don’t need the reminder right now but I don’t want to forget that I have improved or that at one time it was a trigger or an issue so I don’t want to just delete the goal or the app. This part of the app has helped me take a good look at myself and fix myself and it has helped me focus on rebuilding our love tank whether by avoiding annoying behaviors that I don’t want anyway or by developing healthy habits and by doing more of what builds my husbands love tank
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