BeCouply is designed to help couples find fun things to do. It essentially takes businesses from Foursquare and organizes them into fun categories for couples. It's also somewhat of a social network for couples. You can capture moments from your date and create a digital scrapbook. It won't plan your night down to the minute but it is a fun way to discover new ideas of things for couples to do and save those memories.
Want to show up for your date in style? Uber is an app that lets you book a private driver right from your phone. You can see where current cars are located and then find out how long it will before one can show up at your door. A sleek black car will show up ready to chauffeur you around town. The service isn't cheap. A ride from the Phoenix airport to Tempe quoted at about $25. With that said, the cool points you'll get showing up to your date with a driver might be worth the price.
Go classic with a bouquet of flowers and order them in seconds directly from your smartphone. Many of the big flower websites now offer apps to make the ordering process super simple. The 1-800-Flowers app even has order tracking built into the app so you can make sure those roses show up in time for the special day.
"Loaded" Smartphone/tablet If you're buying a smartphone or tablet for your sweetie this Valentine's Day, how about pre-loading it with their favorite music, movies and books? Many Apple devices also allow you to have a personal message etched on the back of the device. Taking the gift of technology one step further gives it that personal touch.
If your special someone already has all of the gadgets they could want, how about a special case? I really like the BookBook case for iPhone,iPad and Macbooks. It covers your gadget in leather bound goodness. It looks like a 100 year-old book pulled right from the library! Any book lover will love this gift. They're not cheap though, $39 - $99 and available at the Apple Store.