Fresh off the app scene is the new BroApp. Describing itself as “your clever relationship wingman”, it will send your partner texts at certain times so they know that you aren’t forgetting about them. If you’ve texted them recently or they’ve texted you recently, the automatic messages won’t get sent out.
Other features that are lauded about are ways to make sure that the texts won’t be sent out when you are near a wi-fi connection that you’ve marked as a no go zone. Whether that’s your own house, mutual friends or the like, you can make sure that the texts won’t get sent out when you’re in places where you’re likely to be together. It also has a way (although this isn’t really fully explained until after you buy the app) to stop your partner from figuring out what the app is all about.
When your wife or affair partner tries to get into the app, it turns into a list of presents that you’re thinking about buying. While we have no idea if you can customize the list or not, the general idea is that it should seem more like an organizational app than anything else.
This app is perfect for men who are having extramarital affairs when they travel. While the messages truly need to be tailored to your own taste, you can use the app to send out messages saying that you miss your spouse or even just checking in when you’re having fun. While the general idea of the app was to be just for those who are in monogamous relationships, the applications for those who are looking for extramarital affairs can’t be overlooked.
Were you supposed to check in at 8pm with your wife, but you’re currently in a hotel room? The app will have you covered.
There are some definite problems with it, especially as it becomes more popular. The icon is distinctive and any woman who can find it, can figure out what it’s about. If caught though, the explanation is simple.
You simply wanted help to make sure that you could express all the love and affection that you feel. It’s not even a lie, particularly if you’re an adulterer, since most people who are having extramarital affairs aren’t doing so because they hate their spouses. If that were the case, they would just divorce. Most affairs happen because there is something missing and that adulterers need in order to feel fulfilled.
We outsource all the time and never think twice about it, but there is some mystical societal line that we are taught not to cross. BroApp has come under some fire for outsourcing its texting even though it’s a tool that requires work to be put into it. It’s not like you would be able to buy it and use it without some tweaking.
And affairs? Well, really that’s just outsourcing certain aspects of your marriage.
There are plenty of people who would disagree, but this is the way that the world is headed. Do as much as you can (quite literally) in house, but if necessary, you can outsource certain parts of your lives.